The Compact Roadmap: Towards a New Level of Professionalization in Civilian CSDP

This policy brief by the German Council on Foreign Relations (DGAP) argues that for the political momentum behind the 2018 civilian CSDP Compact not to be lost, tangible results must be produced early on. The brief outlines key milestones that Member States and the EU should achieve until fall 2019 and until summer 2023 respectively.

It also features a useful table outlining potential issues, the associated commitments made in the 2018 Compact, and related opportunities and risks.

Reference: B├Âttcher, C. (2019). "The Compact Roadmap: Towards a New Level of Professionalization in Civilian CSDP", DGAPKompakt, 06/2019 (11).
 

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