Euro-Atlantic solidarity on post-conflict rehabilitation: adjusting the strategic approaches


Conflict prevention must begin as a part of post-conflict reconstruction, and NATO and the EU have political responsibility in implementation this process. Peace-building activities do not replace humanitarian and development activities in countries emerging from crises. Stabilizing the situation and preventing the recurrence of conflict in a post-intervention or post-war society will be needed for a long term. The immensity and complexity of the post-conflict rehabilitation would be needed to rethink the vital nature of the Euro-Atlantic solidarity and more coordination between the two sides of the Atlantic.