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The Resource International relations theory and European security : we thought we knew, edited by Lorenzo Cladi and Andrea Locatelli

International relations theory and European security : we thought we knew, edited by Lorenzo Cladi and Andrea Locatelli

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International relations theory and European security : we thought we knew
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International relations theory and European security
Title remainder
we thought we knew
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edited by Lorenzo Cladi and Andrea Locatelli
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eng
Summary
This book engages with key contemporary European security issues from a variety of different theoretical standpoints, in an attempt to uncover the drivers of foreign policy and defence integration in the EU. Although European foreign policy has been attracting an ever-increasing number of International Relations (IR) scholars since the end of the Cold War, consensus on what drives European foreign policy integration has not yet emerged. This book seeks to encourage debate on this issue by examining a wide range of high-profile security issues which have roused significant interest from policy makers, academics and the public in recent years. The volume discusses, amongst other issues, the strategic posture of the European Union as a security actor, the troubled relationship with Russia, the debate regarding France's relations with the US following France's rapprochement with NATO and the EU's influence in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. The collective intent of the contributors to highlight the drivers of EU foreign policy and defence integration ties together the wide variety of topics covered in this volume, forming it into a comprehensive overview of this issue. By paying considerable attention not just to the internal drivers of EU cooperation, but also to the critical role played by the US as an incentive or obstacle to European security, this book presents a unique contribution to this field of debate. This book will be of much interest to students of European security, IR theory, Transatlantic Relations, European politics and EU foreign policy.--
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Cladi, Lorenzo
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index present
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non fiction
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bibliography
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1974-
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Locatelli, Andrea
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Routledge global security studies
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  • European Union
  • Security, International
  • International relations
  • European Union countries
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International relations theory and European security : we thought we knew, edited by Lorenzo Cladi and Andrea Locatelli
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Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
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Contents
Foreword, Aaron Karp and Regina Karp Introduction: On Theories, Paradigms, and CSDP, Lorenzo Cladi and Andrea Locatelli PART I: Do IR Theories Have a Say on CSDP? 1. Structural Realism: Balancing, Bandwagoning, or What?, Lorenzo Cladi and Andrea Locatelli 2. Neoclassical Realism: Clarifying the Nature of Systemic- and Domestic-Level Variables in CSDP, Tom Dyson 3. The Emergence and Evolution of CSDP: A Liberal Approach, Friederike Richter 4. Governmental interest, New Liberalism, and the CSDP, Benjamin Pohl, Niels van Willigen and Cynthia M.C. van Vonno 5. Beyond Material Factors? Identity, Culture and the Foreign and Security Policy of the EU, Carla Monteleone 6. How to Explain the Transnational Security Governance of the European Union?, Kamil Zwolski PART II: On the Limits of IR Theories to Understand CSDP 7. Of politics and policies. Thinking strategically about the EU, Olivier Schmitt 8. Realism and the CSDP-NATO Conundrum, Luiz Simón 9. France, America, and the Issue of Balancing (Soft or Otherwise): A Tale of Two Cycles, David Haglund 10. The EU's Policy Towards Russia: National Interests and Path Dependency, Serena Giusti 11. The EU's Foreign Policy towards the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict: A Story of Underachievement?, Lorenzo Cladi 12. Conclusion, Lorenzo Cladi and Andrea Locatelli
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FIEb17754951
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
xvii, 228 pages
Isbn
9781138847279
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unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia.
Media type code
  • n
System control number
(OCoLC)909323882
Label
International relations theory and European security : we thought we knew, edited by Lorenzo Cladi and Andrea Locatelli
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier.
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent.
Contents
Foreword, Aaron Karp and Regina Karp Introduction: On Theories, Paradigms, and CSDP, Lorenzo Cladi and Andrea Locatelli PART I: Do IR Theories Have a Say on CSDP? 1. Structural Realism: Balancing, Bandwagoning, or What?, Lorenzo Cladi and Andrea Locatelli 2. Neoclassical Realism: Clarifying the Nature of Systemic- and Domestic-Level Variables in CSDP, Tom Dyson 3. The Emergence and Evolution of CSDP: A Liberal Approach, Friederike Richter 4. Governmental interest, New Liberalism, and the CSDP, Benjamin Pohl, Niels van Willigen and Cynthia M.C. van Vonno 5. Beyond Material Factors? Identity, Culture and the Foreign and Security Policy of the EU, Carla Monteleone 6. How to Explain the Transnational Security Governance of the European Union?, Kamil Zwolski PART II: On the Limits of IR Theories to Understand CSDP 7. Of politics and policies. Thinking strategically about the EU, Olivier Schmitt 8. Realism and the CSDP-NATO Conundrum, Luiz Simón 9. France, America, and the Issue of Balancing (Soft or Otherwise): A Tale of Two Cycles, David Haglund 10. The EU's Policy Towards Russia: National Interests and Path Dependency, Serena Giusti 11. The EU's Foreign Policy towards the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict: A Story of Underachievement?, Lorenzo Cladi 12. Conclusion, Lorenzo Cladi and Andrea Locatelli
Control code
FIEb17754951
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
xvii, 228 pages
Isbn
9781138847279
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia.
Media type code
  • n
System control number
(OCoLC)909323882

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