The European Union
A force for peace in the world
in Peacemaking in the twenty-first century
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This chapter discusses the role of the European Union in peacemaking. It argues that because it is a Union of shared values, it is uniquely placed to play a stronger role in support of peace and security, human rights and development. It examines the implications of the European Security Strategy, and reflects on the Northern Ireland Peace Process.


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