Coming Too Late? The EU’s Mixed Approaches to Transforming the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict.
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The book explores the EU's relations with civil society organizations at the local level, in an effort to improve the effectiveness and relevance of its conflict and peace strategies. Through the comparative examination of these cases, this volume draws broad policy guidelines tailored to governmental and non-governmental action. Exploring the impact of the European Union in conflicts beyond its borders through its engagement with civil society, this book will be of interest to students and scholars of the EU, civil society and conflict.
Output of a three-year project forming part of the research programme Microcon funded by the Sixth Framework Programme of the European Commission. List of illustrations, p. Coming too Late?
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Skip to main content. Nathalie Tocci. The term NSA is used as an umbrella term to encompass a variety of actors. The paper is structured as follows.
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First, EU policy towards the conflict and the role played by the different actors Member States and EU institutions in the policy-making process are explained. Second, the paper analyses how the EU engages with NSAs by providing an overview of these actors and highlighting their main features.
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Finally, the conclusions summarise the main findings. This paper does not examine the Arab-Israeli conflict, but focuses on the more limited issue of Israeli-Palestinian dynamics.
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While the two aspects cannot be disentangled, this dimension of the conflict has been given more attention in EU foreign policy and by civil society and NSAs. Most of their activities revolve around Israeli-Palestinian relations, while the broader Arab-Israeli dimension is less dealt with. Therefore, the author has preferred to concentrate attention on this aspect.
Hill proposes a broad definition of foreign policy comprising both high and low politics and taking into consideration the actions of all governing mechanisms ibid. As said, the scope of the paper refers to EU foreign policy towards the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and includes all actions and policies that the EU deploys in this regard.
Interview with EU official, Brussels, February This paper focuses on the EU level. This research is based on a database compiled by the author.
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Therefore, it is supposed that they could potentially be involved in EU foreign policy-making, if specific facts or particular interests are at stake. The current debate about the recognition of the state of Palestine at the UN is also an issue pushed by the PA, but it works as a political and representational body which is different from the NSAs considered here.