Converging and conflicting ethical values in the internal/external security in continuum in Europe.

A research project funded by the European Union.
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WP4: Ethical issues in the link between external and internal security in CFSP/ESDP PDF Print E-mail

The primary objective of the work package is to empirically document and analyze the ethical consequences of changes in the Common Foreign and Security Policy as a result of the progressive blurring of the internal/external borders whose integrity it is conceived to safeguard. This objective comprises the following sub-objectives:

  • A catalogue value assumptions implicit in CFSP/EDSP internal security activities
  • A comparison of CFSP/EDSP and domestic national police presumptions of cultural, social and human rights in pursuit of violent radicalisation
  • An analysis of human value assumptions in the Frontex charter and activities.
  • Analysis of shared institutional values between member state police authorities and Frontex
  • A documentation and analysis of principles for applying EU-wide counter terrorism instruments
  • An analysis of cross-cultural assumptions of military and civilian crisis management