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European Defence Cooperation in EU Law and IR Theory

European Defence Cooperation in EU Law and IR Theory Author T. Dyson
ISBN-10 9781137281302
Release 2013-05-07
Pages 256
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This book offers a novel contribution to the study of post-Cold War European defence. Interdisciplinary in approach, it uses European law to assess the utility of existing theoretical accounts. By exploring the balance of threat theory, it provides new insights into the forces driving and hindering European defence cooperation.



Cybersecurity in the European Union

Cybersecurity in the European Union Author George Christou
ISBN-10 9781137400529
Release 2016-01-26
Pages 222
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Cybercrime affects over 1 million people worldwide a day, and cyber attacks on public institutions and businesses are increasing. This book interrogates the European Union's evolving cybersecurity policies and strategy and argues that while progress is being made, much remains to be done to ensure a secure and resilient cyberspace in the future.



Shaping South East Europe s Security Community for the Twenty First Century

Shaping South East Europe s Security Community for the Twenty First Century Author S. Cross
ISBN-10 9781137010209
Release 2013-05-07
Pages 225
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In this book, leading academics and policy practitioners develop approaches for managing critical contemporary and emerging security challenges for South East Europe. They attempt to conceptualize and realize security as a cooperative endeavour for collective good, in contrast to security narratives driven by power and national egotism.



EU Foreign Policy and Crisis Management Operations

EU Foreign Policy and Crisis Management Operations Author Benjamin Pohl
ISBN-10 9781134697083
Release 2014-03-21
Pages 232
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This book explores the drivers of the EU’s recent forays into peace- and state-building operations. Since the Union’s European (now Common) Security and Defence Policy (ESDP/CSDP) became operational in 2003, the EU has conducted more than 20 civilian and military operations that broadly served to either deter aggression in host countries, and/or to build or strengthen the rule of law. This sudden burst of EU activity in the realm of external security is interesting from both a scholarly and a policy perspective. On one hand, institutionalised cooperation in the field of foreign, security and defence policy challenges the mainstream in IR theory which holds that in such sovereignty-sensitive areas cooperation would necessarily be limited. On the other hand, the sheer quantity of operations suggests that the ESDP may represent a potentially significant feature of global governance. In order to understand the drivers behind CSDP, EU Foreign Policy and Crisis Management Operations analyses the policy output in this area, including the operations conducted in the CSDP framework. Up until now, many studies inferred the logic behind CSDP from express intentions, institutional developments and (the potential of) pooled capabilities. By mining the rich data that CSDP operations represent in terms of the motives and ambitions of EU governments for the CSDP, this book advances our understanding of the framework at large. This book will be of much interest to students of European Security, EU policy, peacebuilding, statebuilding, and IR.



The elusive quest for security continues The European Union s foreign policy and it s implications to transatlantic relations

The elusive quest for security continues   The European Union s foreign policy and it s implications to transatlantic relations Author Harald Löberbauer
ISBN-10 9783640272389
Release 2009-02-23
Pages 96
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Master's Thesis from the year 2007 in the subject Politics - International Politics - Topic: European Union, grade: 1, University of Vienna, 240 entries in the bibliography, language: English, abstract: The title of this analysis is based on a book by Simon Duke dealing with the theoretical implications of a common European foreign policy in security and defense matters. The content of the book differs from the content of this paper and is not related to the questions posed in this research.1 Part II of this research gives a detailed overview of what security actually means in global politics and how key players understand it. General definitions and theory allows us to understand the major parts of this thesis (part III and IV). Part III describes different approaches to security in IR theory and explains it on the basis of European political integration. The historio-political analysis in this part shows the evolution of a CFSP and the ESDP. Institutionalization processes within the European Union explain the current status of the EU’s foreign policy, which is a status in process without having a clear and defined goal. This part includes the legal dimension of the EU’s foreign policy as well and describes the problematic situation Europeans currently have to face, namely disputes about the legal personality of the European Community and the European Union. Part IV is the second major part of the paper and deals with security challenges and the impact of the EU’s foreign policy on transatlantic relations and/or vice versa. This part has a closer look on the practical side of what the European Union is able and willing to do as a key player in the political, security and military domain in the world. It shows the relations between Europe and the United States and gives a segmentary analysis of Europe’s power in global politics... ...This research identifies the following specific hypotheses subordinated to the main hypotheses: 1.The European Union will become a global key player in the political and military domain, but will remain at the lower end of high politics for a while (ESDP police missions and military operations). 2.Transatlantic relations in the form of the Atlantic Alliance (or extended atlantic alliance) will remain of essential importance in order to achieve the EU’s foreign policy goals. 3.Cooperation in the military domain with the United States will remain the only way for Europe during the process of building up a European military.



The SAGE Handbook of European Foreign Policy

The SAGE Handbook of European Foreign Policy Author Knud Erik Jorgensen
ISBN-10 9781473914438
Release 2015-06-18
Pages 1096
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During the last two decades the study of European foreign policy has experienced remarkable growth, presumably reflecting a more significant international role of the European Union. The Union has significantly expanded its policy portfolio and though empty symbolic politics still exists, the Union’s international relations have become more substantial and its foreign policy more focused. European foreign policy has become a dynamic policy area, being adapted to changing challenges and environments, such as the Arab Spring, new emerging economies/powers; the crisis of multilateralism and much more. The SAGE Handbook of European Foreign Policy, Two-Volume set, is a major reference work for Foreign Policy Programmes around the world. The Handbook is designed to be accessible to graduate and postgraduate students in a wide variety of disciplines across the humanities and social sciences. Both volumes are structured to address areas of critical concern to scholars at the cutting edge of all major dimensions of foreign policy. The volumes are composed of original chapters written specifically to the following themes: · Research traditions and historical experience · Theoretical perspectives · EU actors · State actors · Societal actors · The politics of European foreign policy · Bilateral relations · Relations with multilateral institutions · Individual policies · Transnational challenges The Handbook will be an essential reference for both advanced students and scholars.



European Security Terrorism and Intelligence

European Security  Terrorism and Intelligence Author C. Kaunert
ISBN-10 9781137314734
Release 2013-05-07
Pages 247
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The EU has long been seen as confederation that has failed to assert itself effectively on the international stage. In this collection, a series of experts discuss how the EU has shed its reputation as a weak international actor in light of its policies on police cooperation and intelligence-sharing as part of the global effort to combat terrorism



Neoclassical Realism and Defence Reform in Post Cold War Europe

Neoclassical Realism and Defence Reform in Post Cold War Europe Author T. Dyson
ISBN-10 9780230283299
Release 2016-02-29
Pages 328
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Dyson explains the convergence and divergence between British, French and German defence reforms in the post-Cold War era. He engages with cultural and realist theories and develops a neoclassical realist approach to change and stasis in defence policy, bringing new material to bear on the factors which have affected defence reforms.



The Politics of German Defence and Security

The Politics of German Defence and Security Author Tom Dyson
ISBN-10 9780857450234
Release 2008-03-30
Pages 230
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The post-Cold War era has witnessed a dramatic transformation in the German political consensus about the legitimacy of the use of force. However, in comparison with its EU and NATO partners, Germany has been reticent to transform its military to meet the challenges of the contemporary security environment. Until 2003 territorial defence rather than crisis-management remained the armed forces' core role and the Bundeswehr continues to retain conscription. The book argues that 'strategic culture' provides only a partial explanation of German military reform. It demonstrates how domestic material factors were of crucial importance in shaping the pace and outcome of reform, despite the impact of 'international structure' and adaptational pressures from the EU and NATO. The domestic politics of base closures, ramifications for social policy, financial restrictions consequent upon German unification and commitment to EMU's Stability and Growth Pact were critical in determining the outcome of reform. The study also draws out the important role of policy leaders in the political management of reform as entrepreneurs, brokers or veto players, shifting the focus in German leadership studies away from a preoccupation with the Chancellor to the role of ministerial and administrative leadership within the core executive. Finally, the book contributes to our understanding of the Europeanization of the German political system, arguing that policy leaders played a key role in 'uploading' and 'downloading' processes to and from the EU and that Defence Ministers used 'Atlanticization' and 'Europeanization' in the interests of their domestic political agendas.



Organized Anarchy in Europe

Organized Anarchy in Europe Author Jaap de Wilde
ISBN-10 1860640621
Release 1996-05-15
Pages 354
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Taking a broad, interdisciplinary approach, this book focuses on the role of states and intergovernmental organizations (IGOs) in the formation of a new European security order. The first part of the book examines the ways in which states struggle for power in Europe within a legal framework. The second section considers the struggle for power itself through an analysis of recent developments and the perspectives of the leading European institutions, notably the EU, NATO, the WEU and the OSCE, as well as newer initiatives like NACC, Partnership for Peace and the EBRD. The contributors aim to determine the extent to which states currently operate according either to a balance of power logic or to an approach governed by a concern to build a wider security community in Europe.



Intelligence Security in the European Union

Intelligence Security in the European Union Author Artur Gruszczak
ISBN-10 9781137455123
Release 2016-08-05
Pages 298
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This book investigates the emergence of an EU strategic intelligence community as a complex multi-dimensional networked construction. It examines the constitution, structure and performance of EU intelligence arrangements as part of security policies of the European Union. Intelligence security has become a remarkable feature of the European integration processes.This study assess the ability of EU Member States, as well as relevant institutions and agencies, to develop effective, legitimate and accountable institutions and mechanisms for collection, transmission, processing and exchange of intelligence. In this regard, synergy is a key indicator that validates the ability to create the European strategic intelligence community in the EU’s legal and institutional framework. This groundbreaking project constructs a comprehensive model of the intelligence community as a distorted epistemic community tailored to singularities of EU security policies and systemic arrangements provided by EU institutions and agencies.



International Relations Theory and the Politics of European Integration

International Relations Theory and the Politics of European Integration Author Morten Kelstrup
ISBN-10 9781134611904
Release 2006-12-05
Pages 320
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International Relations Theory and the Politics of European Integration focuses on the roles of community, power and security, within the European Union. It features contributions from highly respected international scholars, and covers subjects such as: · sovereignty and European integration · the EU and the politics of migration · the internationalisation of military security · the EU as a security actor · money, finance and power · the quest for legitimacy with regards to EU enlargement.



The Political Economy of European Security

The Political Economy of European Security Author Kaija Schilde
ISBN-10 9781107198432
Release 2017-09-30
Pages 302
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Looks at how EU political institutions in security and defense have developed through the political economy of interest group intermediation.



The EU Common Security and Defence Policy

The EU Common Security and Defence Policy Author Panos Koutrakos
ISBN-10 9780191655890
Release 2013-03-21
Pages 368
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Presenting the first analytical overview of the legal foundations of the EU's Common Security and Defence Policy (CSDP), this book provides a detailed examination of the law and practice of the EU's security policy. The European Union's security and defence policy has long been the focus of political scientists and international relations experts. However, it has more recently become of increasing relevance to lawyers too. Since the early 2000s, the EU has carried out more than two dozen security and defence missions in Europe, Africa, and Asia. The EU institutions are keen to stress the security dimension of other external policies also, such as development cooperation, and the Lisbon Treaty introduces a more detailed set of rules and procedures which govern the CSDP. This book provides a legal analysis of the Union's CSDP by examining the nexus of its substantive, institutional, and economic dimensions. Taking as its starting point the historical development of security and defence in the context of European integration, it outlines the legal framework created by the rules and procedures introduced by the Treaty of Lisbon. It examines the military operations and civilian missions undertaken by the Union, and looks at the policy context within which they are carried out. It analyses the international agreements concluded in this field and explores the links between the CSDP and other external policies of the Union.



China the European Union and the International Politics of Global Governance

China  the European Union  and the International Politics of Global Governance Author Jianwei Wang
ISBN-10 9781137514004
Release 2016-04-29
Pages 290
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Two major themes in contemporary international relations—Sino-European relations and global governance—are both addressed in this volume. In its focused analysis of Sino-European relations, global governance serves as both a topic for analysis and a conceptual framework to join together individual chapters. Featuring perspectives from a diverse group of established and promising young scholars from China, Europe, and elsewhere, this book has important implications for Chinese foreign policy, the European Union, the future of global governance, and international relations at large.



Rethinking European Union Foreign Policy

Rethinking European Union Foreign Policy Author Ben Tonra
ISBN-10 0719060028
Release 2004
Pages 175
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Introducing new theoretical developments to the study of the European Union's international capacity, this book moves beyond the traditionally narrow focus on the Common Foreign and Security Policy, and instead considers the foreign policies of the Member States and processes such as enlargement as part of a broadly EU foreign policy. The book offers readers a theoretical map from which they can orient themselves and assess the comparative utility of various approaches to their own studies



Problems of security and cooperation in Europe

Problems of security and cooperation in Europe Author Ljubivoje Aćimović
ISBN-10 UOM:39015039749786
Release 1981
Pages 350
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Problems of security and cooperation in Europe has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Problems of security and cooperation in Europe also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Problems of security and cooperation in Europe book for free.