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The Balkan experience
Martin A. Smith

found in the formal creation of the ESDP in 1999 (a development inspired partly by reactions to perceived European over-dependence on the US during the Kosovo conflict). Once the member states had declared that the EU was prepared to take on certain military tasks (largely relating to peace-keeping and humanitarian operations) and identified force goals, a process was set in motion whereby it became

in The security dimensions of EU enlargement
Timothy Edmunds

mobile armed forces, capable of participat -ing in international peace and humanitarian operations, anti-terrorist actions and responding to natural disasters. 31 These priorities were mirrored and taken forward by a new reformist defence minister, Boris Tadić, who in March 2003 outlined a ten point plan for defence reform. This also made reference to the development of smaller

in Security sector reform in transforming societies