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Europe and Pakistan: the potential for a 'partnership with accountability'
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Pakistan is becoming increasingly salient in European foreign and security policy calculus and there is growing interest across the EU in closer engagement with that country. Although Europe may be unable and unwilling to engage in military support, there are several areas in which a constructive role could be played by Europe in moving Pakistan towards stability and security. This paper is intended to identify several policy areas which may prove fruitful for further engagement – specifically education, policing, justice, civil society and joint research on issues such as water and health security – but also to propose a framework to maximise the efficacy and utility of any future partnership between the EU and Pakistan in which the continuation of modular aspects of any such partnership are conditional upon the achievement of agreed milestones.
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PublisherOffice for Official Publications of the European Communities
Book titleMaking the difference? : what works in response to crises and security threats: the debate continues
Place of publicationLuxembourg
Department affiliated with
- SPRU - Science Policy Research Unit Publications
NotesInternational government publication. Corporate authors: European Union; European Commission; Directorate-General for External Relations. A copy of the chapter may be requested from the Sussex author.
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