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W ith its imperial enlargement, the European Union has taken a big step forward in pomoting security and prosperity on the European continent. European Union enlargement also means that the external borders of the Union have changed. The European Neighborhood Policy (ENP) is a response to this new situation. It will also support the objectives of the European Security Strategy.
The new policy of the European Union “Wider Europe – New Neighborhood”, adopted by the European Commission in 2003, aims to strengthen cooperation between the enlarged Europe and the countries that border it in the south and east. The two main new components of this policy are geographic coverage and new methods (“action plans”, which should be jointly adopted by the Commission and each partner country). The fundamental political principles of the countries of the European Union greatly limit the possibilities of applying the new policy, in particular, in the field of immigration policy. The interests of EU countries can conflict with the interests of states that favor more free access to the European labor market. Gradual reduction, in the course of joint action plans, of the legislation of these states in accordance with the legislation of the European Union could give a new impetus to the economic relations between them. Such a scenario would require strong political will from partner countries, since the European Union does not offer them as a promotion either the possibility of joining the union or access to the “four freedoms”.
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Problema securitatii are o importanta majora in teoria si practica sp ecialistilor in domeniul politicii externe si a liderilor de stat. De aspectele securitatii, intr-o forma sau alta este legata practic orice problema de politica externa. Scopul articolului prezentat este determinarea criteriilor securitatii internationale in conditiile globalizarii. Spatiu uman a activizat cautarea unor noi raspunsuri, mai efective, la problemele care au aparut in sfera securitatii. Totodata, pana la moment, aceste eforturi sant dispersate si nu sunt reunite intr-un complex de masuri, care acopera tot spectrul de amenintari si riscuri.
The problem of security is one of the major in the theory and practice of foreign specialists. Any question of a world policy, anyhow, is connected with it. The purpose of the presented article is revealing the criteria of international threats. The human society is noticeably made active in the sphere of international security. However, these efforts are isolated, and are not shown in a uniform complex of measures, which cover all spectrum of threats and risks.
The problem of security is one of the central in the theory and practice of international and state officials. With it, anyway, any question of international politics is connected. One of the main features of international relations, which even with reservations is recognized by all researchers, is the anarchy of the international environment. While there are states, security will not be total or absolute, but will remain relative and dependent on the political will of “sovereigns”. Of course, relations are not limited to interstate interactions, and international politics to external political activities of the state. However, we should not underestimate the role that states continue to play in assessing the challenges and opportunities of the outside world, in adapting the nation to the international environment, preserving the identity of the nation, protecting values, in other words, in national security in the broad sense of the term. This is especially true in today’s globalizing world, when “economicization, informatization and democratization of international relations create unprecedented opportunities for development, but at the same time make the entire system more vulnerable to terrorism, the use of weapons of mass destruction, possibly information weapons.”
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