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Unraveling the European Security and Defense Policy Conundrum419
Since the Franco-British declaration on European security and defense was made at St Malo four years ago, the European Union and its member states have made rapid progress towards the development of a common European security and defense policy. The transformation of the St Malo declaration into a European process represents a milestone in the history of European integration, for the first time bringing defense within the scope of European policy coordination. Despite the tremendous speed at which advancements in this field have taken place, there remain a number of open and interconnected questions related to the European Security and Defense Policy's political structure, force capabilities, and mission that together threaten to cast a shadow over the EU's capacity to create a credible military force with which to reinforce its capacity and autonomy in the area of crisis management. This volume attempts to chart the progress, the problems, and the future prospects of this ambitious and highly contentious venture.
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The volume comprises a set of excellent articles. The contributors have structured their respective pieces of work very well and developed their argumentation in a very clear and concise manner, while the editors have done an excellent job in putting these various pieces together and provide a very useful outcome. This volume is strongly recommended to all those interested in international security issues in general and the future of the European security architecture in particular. (Yannis Stivachtis, Journal of European Integration History)
The Editors: Prof. Dr. Joachim Krause is Professor of Political Science and Director of the Institute for Security Studies at the Christian-Albrechts-University of Kiel. Prof. Dr. Andreas Wenger is Professor of International and Swiss Security Policy and Director of the Center for Security Studies at the ETH Zurich (Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich). Lisa Watanabe is a research assistant at the Center for Security Studies at the ETH Zurich (Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich) and a doctoral student at York University, Toronto.
Contents: Christina V. Balis: The State of European Defense and Security Policy. After the Laeken Summit - Tania M. Chacho: Implementing the Headline Goals: The Military Aspect - Giovanna Bono: Implementing the Headline Goals: The Institutional Dimension - Jennifer Medcalf: Cooperation Between the EU and NATO - Vladimir Bilcik: ESDP and the Security Policy Priorities and Perspectives of Central European EU Candidate States - Hajnalka Vincze: A Stronger Military Role for the EU in the Balkans? - Serhat Guevenc: The Limits and Possibilities of a Military Role for the EU in the Middle East - Timothy N. Williams: EU-NATO Cooperation in the Fight Against Islamic Fundamentalist Terrorism - Samantha Paige Davis: The Long-term Outlook for NATO and ESDP: Moving Toward Tighter Cooperation or the Breakup of the Western Alliance?