IN THE SPOTLIGHT
Strategies for Strengthening Security in the EaP Countries Analyzed in a New Policy Paper
22 June 2016
The policy paper was produced within the framework of the re-granting project “Security Alert on the EU’s Doorstep” by Caucasus Institute for Peace, Democracy and Development (Georgia), in partnership with the Foreign Policy Association (Moldova) and the NGO Promotion of Intercultural Cooperation (Ukraine). The aim of the project is to raise awareness about the EaP security challenges and to develop a comprehensive vision for the region.
In the context of the new EU Global Strategy and the upcoming NATO Warsaw Summit on 8-9 July, the study explores security challenges facing NATO, the EU, the EaP states as well as the need for balancing act between deterrence and engagement with Russia and, in particular, close cooperation between NATO and the EaP countries.
The paper enumerates several recommendations for improving security in the EaP region addressed to the relevant actors:
EaP civil society: