Uncertain Europe: Building a New European Security Order?

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Part 1: Key Concepts: Order, Security and Identity 1. What Security? What Order? Clive Archer 2. What Does it mean to be 'European'? The Problems of Constructing a Pan-European Identity Robert Bideleux Part 2: The Institutions 3. The OSCE: Crowning Jewel ofr Talking Shop? Andrew Cottey 4. NATO: 'West is Best'? Martin A. Smith 5. The EU: Coming of Age as a Security Actor? Martin A. Smith and Graham Timmins 6. The WEU: Eliminating the Middleman Wyn Rees Part 3: National and Regional Perspectives 7. The United States: Strategic Vision or Tactical Posturing? James Sperling 8. France: Willing the Means to the End? R. E. Utley 9. The United Kingdom: Between a Rock and a Soft Place? Stuart Gordon 10. Germany: A new Vision of Order? Graham Timmins 11. Russia: Caging the Bear? Laura Richards Cleary 12. The Baltic States: Bridge or Barrier to the East? Jackie Gower 13. Poland: 'For Your Security and Ours' Paul Latawski 14. South East Europe: Collision of Norms and Identity? Paul Latawski Part 4: Uncertain Europe? 15. Whose Europe? Whose Security? Martin A. Smith and Graham Timmins
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This timely book considers the topical issue of the enlargement processes of the European Union and NATO. The contributors examine issues including: the dual enlargement process and German and Russian relationships with it; NATO and the pan-European security agenda; East European reactions to enlargement; and concepts of security in the new Europe. This book provides a cohesive overview of the pan-European security debate and is an essential resource for students and academics interested in the development of the European Union.

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Autor: Graham Timmins
ISBN-13 :: 9780415237352
ISBN: 0415237351
Erscheinungsjahr: 01.01.2001
Verlag: ROUTLEDGE CHAPMAN HALL
Gewicht: 590g
Seiten: 304
Sprache: Englisch
Auflage New
Sonstiges: Buch, 243x158x22 mm
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