Interpretations, thoughts and critics of international responsibility of the European Union in the implementation of the Common Security and Defense Policy (CSDP).

Dimitris Liakopoulos


The present research is based on an inductive approach, with the aim, on the one hand, of highlighting the concrete results achieved in the field of defense and peacekeeping, and, on the other, of providing possible contributions with respect to the issues raised above, in particular what the impact of international law is under the Common Security and Defense Policy and the Common Foreign and Security Policy and how it is possible to configure the responsibility of the European Union and/or the participating States to international crimes committed in the performance of the various operations.


CSDP, CFSP, art. 340TFUE, International responsibility, EU responsibility, effective control, International Organisation.

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