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This paper examines the prospects for a new European security identity and capability, focusing on institutional questions. It begins with a review of the background to CFSP, the progress made in the treaty of Amsterdam, and post-Amsterdam developments with important implications for CFSP. It then examines the unresolved political and practical issues that need to be addressed for Europe to move beyond the Amsterdam result. It concludes with a brief discussion of U.S. attitudes toward the renewed push for a European Defense and Security Identity (EDSI) and the implications this may have for U.S. interests.
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