Our study of cooperation between the EU, UN and OSCE in Kosovo, Mali and Armenia shows that while there is willingness to coordinate, in practice cooperation remains ad hoc. It is based on entrepreneurial individual staff officers and goodwill. There is a lot of low hanging fruit left. A further unity of effort can certainly be made.
|Publication date||20 Sep 2017|
|Place of Publication||www.eu-civcap.net|
|Publisher||Preventing and Responding to Conflict: Developing EU Civilian Capabilities for a Sustainable Peace (EU-CIVCAP)|
|Publication status||Published - 20 Sep 2017|
Bibliographical noteEU-CIVCAP blog article based on the EU-CIVCAP report "Partners in conflict prevention and peacebuilding: How the EU, UN and OSCE exchange civilian capabilities in Kosovo, Mali and Armenia"
- Civilian capabilities
- European Union (EU)
- United Nations (UN)
- Organisation for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE)
Dijkstra, H., Mahr, E., Petrov, P., Đokić, K., & Zartsdahl, P. H. (2017, Sep 20). Beyond ad hoc cooperation: How the EU, UN and OSCE can better address conflict. Preventing and Responding to Conflict: Developing EU Civilian Capabilities for a Sustainable Peace (EU-CIVCAP). https://eu-civcap.net/2017/09/20/beyond-ad-hoc-cooperation-how-the-eu-un-and-osce-can-better-address-conflict/