5B - What do these missions & operations tell us about...

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o Size: As you can see in the chart above the size of the missions are small, maybe too small. Size of 30 in Iraq and 225 in Afghanistan might be difficult to overcome such huge challenges in those countries. o COST: The cost f the operations are high. With the budget cuts within the EU, it seems like it’s a lot of money to be spending on other countries. o Member-state participation : Many member states participate. The numbers are close to being consistent regarding the amount of member states that participate. o Types of crisis the EU has tried to resolve: Some examples are: CRISIS: EU MILITARY OPERATION IN THE REPUBLIC OF CHAD AND THE CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC (EUFOR TCHAD/RCA) Conflict in Darfur -Thousands of Sudanese refugees flee to Chad -Refugees make Chad’s already volatile state worse -Poverty, lack of food and water make situation worse EUNAVFOR – MISSION ATALANTA -Piracy off the east coast of Africa and in the Gulf of Aden. EU RULE OF LAW MISSION IN KOSOVO (EULEX KOSOVO)
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This note was uploaded on 12/17/2010 for the course IR 365 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '08 term at USC.

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