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Common strategy (CFSP) and the Treaties of the European Union

Description of Common strategy (CFSP) provided by the European Union Commission: The common strategy is an instrument of the common foreign and security policy introduced by the Treaty of Amsterdam. Under Article 13 of the EU Treaty, the European Council defines the principles and general guidelines for the CFSP and decides on common strategies to be implemented by the Union in fields where the Member States have important interests in common. In concrete terms, a common strategy sets out the aims and length of time covered and the means to be made available by the Union and theMember States. Common strategies are implemented by the Council, in particular by adopting joint actions and common positions. The Council can recommend common strategies to the European Council. The European Constitution, now being ratified, provides for common strategies, though they have been little used, in the form of general guidelines, including on issues with implications for defence. Their drafting and implementation will call for European decisions on joint actions or common positions.

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Common strategy (CFSP) and the Treaties of the European Union

Description of Common strategy (CFSP) provided by the European Union Commission: The common strategy is an instrument of the common foreign and security policy introduced by the Treaty of Amsterdam. Under Article 13 of the EU Treaty, the European Council defines the principles and general guidelines for the CFSP and decides on common strategies to be implemented by the Union in fields where the Member States have important interests in common. In concrete terms, a common strategy sets out the aims and length of time covered and the means to be made available by the Union and theMember States. Common strategies are implemented by the Council, in particular by adopting joint actions and common positions. The Council can recommend common strategies to the European Council. The European Constitution, now being ratified, provides for common strategies, though they have been little used, in the form of general guidelines, including on issues with implications for defence. Their drafting and implementation will call for European decisions on joint actions or common positions.

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