Foreign and Security Policy in the European Union (inbunden)
Format
Inbunden (Hardback)
Språk
Engelska
Antal sidor
256
Utgivningsdatum
1998-08-01
Upplaga
1
Förlag
SAGE Publications Ltd
Illustrationer
tables, figures, bibliography, index
Antal komponenter
1
Komponenter
x, 246 p. ;
ISBN
9780761956327
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This book provides a comprehensive overview of why European integration in foreign and security policy has proved so difficult. The obstacles to developing the common policy in this second pillar of the European Union go to the heart of debates around the sovereignty of the nation-state. A leading group of international contributors explain how these problems arise and consider the future prospects of developing a more regional-based solution.

Broadly organized around the three areas of policy, actors and issues, the first section traces the reluctant growth of EU integration in foreign and security policy as it developed from the mid-1980s. In the second section the national policies and interests that typically obstruct a common policy are explored through four key member states. The third section considers ways of addressing problems like the EU's expansion to include Central and Eastern Europe, the impact of an independent European security identity on the transatlantic relationship, as well as the potential risks to European security from the Mediterranean rim.

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`The chapters are well-written, providing very good summaries of the issues they address....Foreign and Security Policy in the European Union provides a good overview' - International Affairs



`[This book] is to be welcomed for shedding light on a relatively new and highly sensitive policy area' - European Foreign Affairs Review



`Few edited volumes are more than the sum of their parts, but this one is. The central question posed by this collection of essays is why closer harmonization in the EU's second pillar, Common Foreign and Security Policy [CFSP], is proving so difficult. The book responds to the question in three linked and mutually informing sections.... Eliassen has skillfully brought together a synergistic set of essays which leave the reader in no doubt about the complexity or magnitude of problems the EU faces in taking CFSP forward. In offering understanding rather than easy answers the book makes a valuable contribution to the literature.' - Political Studies

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Kjell A Eliassen is Professor and Director of European and Asian Studies (CEAS) at the Norwegian School of Management.


CONTRIBUTORS



Esther Barbe Universitat Autonoma Barcelona


Yves Boyer CREST Paris


Michael Clark King's College University of London


Catriona Gourlay Universite Libre Bruxelles


Esben Oust Heiberg Norwegian School of Management


Eric Remacle Universite Libre Bruxelles


Marit Sjovaag Norwegian School of Management


Reimund Seidelmann Universitat Giessen and Universite Libre Bruxelles


Arnhild Spence NATO and EC Bruxelles


David Spence NATO and EC Bruxelles


G Pinar Tank Norwegian School of Management


Pierre de Vestel Universite Libre Bruxelles

Innehållsförteckning

Introduction - Kjell A Eliassen The New European Foreign and Security Policy Agenda PART ONE: EUROPEAN UNION FOREIGN AND SECURITY POLICY The CFSP and the Nation State - G Pinar Tank The Single European Act - Marit Sj[sl]ovaag The Common Foreign and Security Policy from Maastricht to Amsterdam - Arnhild and David Spence The 1996 IGC - Catriona Gourlay and Eric Remacle The Actors and their Interaction PART TWO: NATIONAL SECURITY STRATEGIES France and the European Project - Yves Boyer Internal and External Issues The Security Policy of a Unified Germany - Reimund Seidelmann British Security Policy - Michael Clark Spanish Security Policy and the Mediterranean Question - Esther Barb[ac]e PART THREE: SECURITY ISSUES OF THE EUROPEAN UNION Security Issues Emanating from the Mediterranean Basin - G Pinar Tank Security Implications of EU Expansion to the North and East - Esben Oust Heiberg The Future of Armament Cooperation in NATO and the WEU - Pierre de Vestel European Foreign and Security Policy in the Future - Kjell A Eliassen