The need to protect citizens from the consequences of both intentional and unintentional human acts, as well as natural hazards and technical failures, has become an important strand in the European security discourse. While the military dimension remains present in Europe, the security of European citizens, societies and states is no longer equated exclusively, or even principally, with the defence of borders from external attack or defending against attacks by internal armed groups.
Council conclusions agreed by EU member states in early 2014 direct attention to both the eastern and the southern parts of the EU Neighbourhood. There are some 60 fragile countries in which the UN’s Millennium Development Goals are not being reached, and many of these are either neighbours of, or otherwise close to, the EU. These countries face enormous governance problems, and experience extensive violence – not limited to armed conflict.
Responding to the negative implications of globalization, including combating terrorism and organized crime, is also recognized by the EU as a critical and urgent priority that requires action on a trans-regional basis—something which is reflected in many existing programmes and backed by substantial investment.
In light of these developments, applying the comprehensive approach will mean going beyond conflict analysis. The approach will have to take account of the nexus between security and development, link the external and internal dimensions of EU actions on issues such as migration, and develop effective means to facilitate positive flows (and block negative flows) associated with globalization.
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