The European Union Council Decision in support of the implementation of the Cartagena Action Plan in the framework of the European Security Strategy, is a practical way to demonstrate the leading role of the European Union in pursuing the Convention's vision of a conclusive end to the suffering and the casualties caused by anti-personnel mines," said Andras Kos, Head of Disarmament of the European Union delegation to the UN in Geneva.
What does ESS stand for?
ESS stands for European Security Strategy (EU)
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- Military and Government
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We have 540 other meanings of ESS in our Acronym Attic
- Espérance Sportive de Stains (French sports club)
- ESPN (Entertainment and Sports Programming Network) Star Sports
- Estimating System Survey
- Ethernet Serial Server (computing; various companies)
- Ethernet Service Switch (Alcatel)
- Ethernet Switch System (Alcatel)
- Ethiopian Scientific Society
- Etoile Sportive du Sahel (Sousse, Tunisia)
- Eurest Support Services (Compass Group)
- European Shiatsu School
- European Simulation Symposium (computer simulation)
- European Snake Society
- European Social Survey
- European Spallation Source
- European Stars and Stripes
- European Statistical System
- Evaluation Survey Services (ACT, Inc.)
- Événement Significatif pour la Sûreté (French: Significant Event for Safety)
- Every Show Sucks (Internet TV channel)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Relations between Russia and NATO including Zbigniew Brzezinski, a former Polish foreign minister, and Wolfgang Ischinger as a reckless "unipolar as he seeks to promote what he thinks should be a common European security strategy uniting the continent once split between the West and the Soviet bloc under a joint strategic vision.
Thus, the European Security Strategy, adopted in 2004, says only that, "we should continue to work for closer relations with Russia, a major factor in our security and prosperity.
At a European Parliament meeting devoted to discuss two reports on a European security strategy and a common EU foreign policy.
Yet, perhaps those missions should be seen as central to American and European common security given the interests underscored in the European Security Strategy and the National Security Strategy of the United States.
In December 2003, the EU's European Security Strategy stated that terrorism and proliferation of WMD are as threatening to Europe as they are to the United States.
The Nature of the Beast The embryonic strategic thinking behind the ESDP was set out for the first time in the European Security Strategy document of December 2003.
National Security Strategy (NSS), which remains operative, and the December 2003 European Security Strategy (ESS).