By M. Glasius
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But often the short-term requirements for controlling violence result in warlords, paramilitary groups, rebels or disbanded combatants being co-opted and thus legitimized. This usually happens at the expense of assistance to the ordinary citizens who are capable of rebuilding a society without resorting to violence. It is essential not to address exclusively the nation-state level. The long-term, bottom-up approach of cooperating with the non-violent factions in a society is, of course, more laborious and time-consuming, but these processes might be a prerequisite for assuaging people’s impatience for better times ahead.
A vision for Europe and beyond 11 should be bottom-up in its approach, it should be regionally focused in its analysis and policies, and it should be based on methods or guidelines appropriate to a human security approach. A corollary of this vision is that the operational capacities to carry them out should be rethought. Military troops will be an important component of these operational capacities but they will have to restructure and re-equip along new lines and they will need to be integrated with civilian capabilities, for example, policemen, tax and customs ofﬁcers, judges, providers of aid and human rights specialists.
Externally, the use of force is subject to international law. Domestically, nation-states have to adhere to certain democratic and legal standards. A human security strategy derives from this conception of Europe. This conception of Europe is above all based on the principle of human equality: nation-states can no longer privilege the lives of their own nationals. This multilateral and human rights-oriented identity is already expressed and embedded in the EC and EU treaties, the basic rights charter, human rights clauses in the EU’s bilateral agreements and common foreign policy declarations.
A Human Security Doctrine for Europe: Project, Principles, Practicalities (Routledge Advances in International Relations and Global Politics) by M. Glasius
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