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Joint action (CFSP) and the Treaties of the European Union

Description of Joint action (CFSP) provided by the European Union Commission: Joint action, which is a legal instrument under Title V of the Treaty on European Union (common foreign and security policy, CFSP), means coordinated action by the Member States whereby all kinds of resources (human resources, know-how, financing, equipment, etc.) are mobilised in order to attain specific objectives set by the Council, on the basis of general guidelines from the European Council. For reasons of simplification, the European Constitution, which is in the process of being ratified, restricts CFSP instruments to European decisions and international agreements. Once the Constitution enters into force, joint action and the implementation of such action will therefore be based on European decisions (non-legislative instruments) adopted by the Council of Ministers.

Joint Action and Europe

There is an entry on joint action in the European legal encyclopedia.

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    • Entry “Joint Action” in the work “A Concise Encyclopedia of the European Union from Aachen to Zollverein”, by Rodney Leach (Profile Books; London)

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    Joint action (CFSP) and the Treaties of the European Union

    Description of Joint action (CFSP) provided by the European Union Commission: Joint action, which is a legal instrument under Title V of the Treaty on European Union (common foreign and security policy, CFSP), means coordinated action by the Member States whereby all kinds of resources (human resources, know-how, financing, equipment, etc.) are mobilised in order to attain specific objectives set by the Council, on the basis of general guidelines from the European Council. For reasons of simplification, the European Constitution, which is in the process of being ratified, restricts CFSP instruments to European decisions and international agreements. Once the Constitution enters into force, joint action and the implementation of such action will therefore be based on European decisions (non-legislative instruments) adopted by the Council of Ministers.

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