The EU is ready made to be an internationally significant mediator as it is itself a peace-building project. It does not, however, gain the prominence that might be expected.
Correspondent: Gilberto Algar-Faria Date: 10 February 2016 Article The first EU-CIVCAP blog article from a member of the Expert Network has been published. David J. Galbreath, Professor of International Security at the University of Bath and the present EU-CIVCAP Expert of the Month, published an article entitled, “The Death of the Helsinki Moment. Long Live Helsinki.” The … Continue reading First Expert of the Month’s blog article published
Breathing life back into the Helsinki Moment is about encouraging participating States to come back to what is common about common and comprehensive security.
On 11 December 2015, EU-CIVCAP held its inaugural workshop, at which Partners and members of the Advisory Board gathered to receive an introduction to the project and exchange ideas about the work programme. The project title is: Preventing and responding to conflict: developing EU Civilian Capabilities for a sustainable peace (EU-CIVCAP).