Europe in the World

Toward effective multilateralism - The EU and the UN: Partners in Crisis Management

29 November 2004


In an unstable international environment in which debates over the Iraq crisis centred around the legitimate use of force, Dr. Kennedy Graham, Senior Fellow at the UN University Institute for Comparative Regional Integration Studies, explores an important element of the European Union’s commitment to “effective multilateralism”: the increasingly close relationship between the EU and the United Nations in the field of crisis management. He argues that the EU-UN relationship is characterised by “far reaching potential but also formidable challenges.”

Toward effective multilateralism - The EU and the UN: Partners in Crisis Management

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