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Ana E. Juncos

problems regarding conflicting external policies and the lack of coordination of internal bureaucracies are not exclusive to EU foreign policy. Even the most centralised governments in the world are unable or unwilling to solve these problems (Allison and Zelikow, 1999 ). The same can be said of other intergovernmental organisations. For instance, problems of coherence among different UN actors and agencies led to significant

in EU Foreign and Security Policy in Bosnia
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European integration as a system of conflict resolution in the Franco-German relationship (1950–63)
Boyka Stefanova

). State policies, however, continued to reflect the principles of distributive settlement. Political outcomes were shaped by diplomatic means. A number of intergovernmental organisations were created in the 1945–49 period on a functional consultative basis. The Organisation for Economic Cooperation in Europe (OEEC) was founded on 16 April 1948 as the institution responsible for administering the Marshall

in The Europeanisation of conflict resolution
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Christian Kaunert

Secretariat, (4) five Members of the European Parliament (Committee on Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs, LIBE) (5) twelve non-governmental organisation (NGO) representatives, (6) two officials from the intergovernmental organisations (IGOs) UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) and the International Organisation for Migration (IOM), and (7) two academic experts in the field. Which documents were

in European internal security
Christian Kaunert

‘composite, supranational, general European interest’ but also pursues its own institutional interests. Furthermore, it can also act as an intergovernmental organisation due to the fact that members of the College of Commissioners or civil servants from the administrative structures cannot fully independent from external pressure. This confirms the depiction of the Commission as a politico

in European internal security
Christian Kaunert

intergovernmental organisations are normally based on an international treaty or a convention according to international law. Interpol is not based on such a treaty, and entails no structure of national representation from the highest governmental levels, e.g. governmental Ministers, officials or ambassadors (Occhipinti, 2003, p. 29). Council of Europe. The continent’s oldest political

in European internal security
Leslie C. Green

as well as to any force operating in the name of some other intergovernmental organisation like NATO, as has been the case in the former Yugoslavia or Afghanistan. The rights of member states The only freedom of action left to members in matters of this kind is to be found in Article 51, which emphasises that ‘nothing in the Charter shall impair the inherent

in The contemporary law of armed conflict
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Leslie C. Green

Liberation Organisations recognised by the regional Intergovernmental Organisations concerned’, Final Act 1977, Schindler and Toman, 699. The PLO actually appended its signature to the Final Act. 46 The fact that a person is a member of the forces of a state establishes his right to be treated as a prisoner of war

in The contemporary law of armed conflict
Leslie C. Green

other’. 63 See, e.g., Final Act of the Diplomatic Conference on the Reaffirmation and Development of Humanitarian Law in Armed Conflicts, which produced the two Protocols: ‘National Liberation Movements recognised by the Regional Intergovernmental Organisation concerned and invited by the Conference

in The contemporary law of armed conflict
Peace-building in south-eastern Europe
Emil Kirchner
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James Sperling

European Commission and the European Parliament, SEE countries, regional neighbouring countries, the US, Russia, as well as most of the major regional intergovernmental organisations such as the OSCE and the Council of Europe. Its aims have since been modified and the process has been made responsible for inter-parliamentary relations under the SP. The EU complemented the Royaumont Process with a so-called Regional

in EU security governance