5D - Questions: 1. What do these missions and operations...

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Questions: 1. What do these missions and operations tell us about the scope and range of CSDP? a. Size i. Ranges from 30 personnel to 3,700 personnel ii. Very large range in size (depends on scope of the mission and exactly what the EU wants to accomplish) b. Cost i. Ranges from €29.3 million to € 1 billion ii. Extremely large range in cost (depends on length of the mission ) c. Member-state participation i. Ranges from 16 participating member states to 26 participating member-states (all except Cyprus) d. Types of crises the EU has tried to resolve i. Main priority areas for EU missions: Police area: training and substituting police Rule of law: helping, substituting, and adding to courts Civilian administration: collecting taxes, holding elections, running social services Civil protection: riots, demonstrations, beyond normal police work, teams sent out in 7 hours, possibly for manmade disasters ii. New priority areas: Monitoring: human rights, monitor borders (people trying to flee), feel the general political situation Generic support capabilities : when the EU has mission abroad there is an EU representative on a diplomatic level- people can be sent to help the representative “on the ground” iii. EUNAVFOR (Somalia) Piracy off the coast Protect World Food Program (WFP)vessels which deliver food to displaced people in Somalia iv. EULEX (Kosovo) Assist and support Kosovo authorities in the police, judiciary and customs areas (rule of law)
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