NATO-EU Cooperation in Post-Conflict Reconstruction
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On 3-4 November 2005 the NATO Defense College hosted a seminar, co-sponsored by the Ministry of Defense of Finland, regarding NATO and European Union post-conflict reconstruction operations. The participants included officials from NATO and the EU, as well as experts and officials from NATO, EU, and Partnership for Peace nations. The seminar objectives included: – promoting more effective EU-NATO cooperation in such operations, – evaluating the main problems and achievements of such operations to date, and – assessing lessons from operations in Afghanistan in particular.
Research Paper, Academic Research Branch, NATO Defense College, Rome - No. 25, December 2005.
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