SUMMARIES Editorial note: Below you will find summaries of the articles in this issue of Helsinki Monitor. On the (continuing, residual) relevance of the CFE regime, Pál Dunay The importance of military security has declined in Europe since the end of the Cold War. It has retained its relevance for Europe’s contribution to extra- European power projection, however. The importance of military security appears differently in the sub-regional context on the eastern end of Europe where conflicts, carrying the danger of violent escalation persist. The CFE Treaty has contributed to European security in three respects: 1. To the transition from the Cold War to the post-Cold War phase in European security, 2. To the monitoring of conflicts in the so-called flank area and limiting the means applicable in them, 3. Mitigating the negative perceptions towards NATO enlargement in some countries, primarily in Russia. As the last two processes are inconclusive the adapted CFE Treaty continues to be a relevant contributing factor of European security. In addition to the residual political relevance of the CFE process it is important that multilateral security arrangements, which contribute to prevent the further fragmentation of security in Europe would not be marginalized for
Helsinki Monitor (in 2008 continued as Security and Human Rights) – Brill
Published: Jan 1, 2004
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