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The European Union, Counter Terrorism and Police Co-operation, 1991-2007Unsteady Foundations?$
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David Brown

Print publication date: 2010

Print ISBN-13: 9780719074646

Published to Manchester Scholarship Online: July 2012

DOI: 10.7228/manchester/9780719074646.001.0001

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A question of JHA objectives

A question of JHA objectives

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(p.15) 2 A question of JHA objectives
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The European Union, Counter Terrorism and Police Co-operation, 1991-2007
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David Brown

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Manchester University Press
DOI:10.7228/manchester/9780719074646.003.0002

This chapter analyses the Third Pillar in order to establish the broader context in which the European Union's (EU) progress in counter-terrorism and police co-operation is made. It examines the proposed establishment of an ‘Area of Freedom, Security and Justice’, which has been the overall objective of all internal security co-operation since the Treaty of Amsterdam. This chapter suggests that the AFSJ failed to address fully the concerns of the Justice and Home Affairs (JHA) at the institutional level and argues that it will take significantly more political will than thus far been on show to overcome some of the outstanding conceptual questions regarding how the AFSJ can be successfully implemented.

Keywords:   Third Pillar, European Union, counter-terrorism, police co-operation, AFSJ, internal security co-operation, JHA

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