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Journal: International Scientific Journal "Internauka" (Vol.1, No. 70)

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Page : 47-51

Keywords : Common Foreign and Security Policy; militarization; integration; Eastern Partnership; the Lisbon Treaty; external action; High Representative of the Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy;

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This article deals with analysis of the priorities of the EU member states' national policies with regard to their increasing willingness to pull resources together at the European Union level in order to have greater influence over global issues, such as trade policy, environment, political security. Key areas of external action are determined. The article presents the results of a research into the existing EU institutions taking an active part in shaping the European Security and Defense Policy. The development of these structures is hindered by the striving of all the EU member states, especially the big ones, to protect their own national interests in foreign and military politics, when there is a clash of national and collective interests. Focus on the basic premise inclusion of these provisions in the Treaty. The institutional development of the Common Foreign and Security Policy, innovative integrative tendencies of EU member states' national foreign policies are considered. Objective: to study EU institutions, analyze their powers and tools for the formation of a European security and defense policy, through which management in this area is carried out. The method of system analysis was used to study the conceptual foundations of the Common European Security and Defense Policy, and the historical method and content analysis method was used to highlight certain facts and events that occurred within the framework of the research object.

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