Common or Divided Security? (inbunden)
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Allers, Robin (ed.), Masala, Carlo (ed.), Tamnes, Rolf (ed.)
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Common or Divided Security?

German and Norwegian Perspectives on Euro-Atlantic Security

Inbunden,  Engelska, 2014-06-30
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Twenty-five years after the end of the Cold War, Euro-Atlantic security is under pressure. Faced with major geopolitical shifts, instability at its frontiers and financial crisis at home, the European nations and their American Allies will have to rethink how to design common security. Failure to animate the European Union (EU) and to reinvigorate the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO) as efficient tools for peace and security might lead the West back to the spectre of divided security, to fragmentation and renationalisation. This book addresses the main challenges to Western security from the perspective of two European Allies: Germany and Norway.
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Robin Allers holds a PhD in History from the University of Hamburg. He is a Senior Fellow at the Norwegian Institute for Defence Studies (IFS) in Oslo. Carlo Masala holds a PhD in Political Science from the University of Cologne. He is a Professor at the Universitt der Bundeswehr in Munich. Rolf Tamnes holds a PhD in History from the University of Oslo. He is a Professor and former Director at the Norwegian Institute for Defence Studies (IFS).


Contents: Helga Haftendorn: Germanys Return to the Global Stage: Continuity and Change in German Security Policy Rolf Tamnes: Norwegian Foreign and Security Policy: From the Arctic Frontier to the Afghan Battlefield Michael Paul: Closing Pandoras Box: Germany, Nuclear Weapons, and Another New START Kirstin Hemmer Mrkestl: Cyber: Buzzword or Game Changer? How the Digital Space Affects National and International Security Geir Flikke: An Arctic Home? The Arctic Policies of Norway and Russia Annegret Bendiek: Challenges to the Rule of Law: EU-US Counter-Terrorism Cooperation Alister Miskimmon: Becoming a Responsible Leader? Germany and EUs Common Foreign and Security Policy Pernille Rieker: Active Participation Despite Limited Influence: Explaining Norways Participation in EUs Security Policy Patrick Keller: Germanys New Role in NATO: Status Quo as Strategy Paal Sigurd Hilde/Helene Forsland Widerberg: Norway and NATO: The Art of Balancing Sven Bernhard Gareis: The Bundeswehr in the Post-Cold War International Environment Lene Ekhaugen/Ida Maria Oma: Norwegian Lead in Afghanistan: A Small State Approach to a Large Commitment Hkon Lunde Saxi: So Similar, Yet so Different: Explaining Divergence in Nordic Defence Policies Robin Allers/Rolf Tamnes: Just Do It: Bilateral and Minilateral Cooperation to Invigorate European Security.