The Elusive Quest for European Security - From EDC to CFSP
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The Elusive Quest for European Security provides a detailed overview of the various attempts to incorporate a security and defence role in the European integration process. Consideration is given to why these aspects of the integration process have proven so elusive and what progress has been made towards this goal. The assessment includes topics such as the enlargement of NATO, the EU's Amsterdam Treaty, and the role of the revived Western European Union, as well as the role of the main actors which includes Britain's bid for European leadership in defence, and the changing attitudes of administrations in Washington DC.
XVIII, 406 p. 2 illus.
List of Tables List of Figures Acknowledgements List of Abbreviations Glossary Introduction The European Defence Community - Shadow of the CFSP? The Rebirth of European Security From Political Community to Uncommon Security? Expanding Europe, Decreasing Security? Transatlantic Relations and European Security? Transatlantic and 'Euro' Options - case study Yugoslavia Progress Towards Defining the Common Defence Policy: Illusion or Practice? Conclusions Appendices Index
Palgrave Macmillan UK
SIMON DUKE graduated from the University College of Wales, Aberystwyth, and then went on to complete his M.Phil and D.Phil degrees at Oxford University. He has since worked and lived in a number of places, including Sweden, the United States, and Hungary. He is author of four books, a co-edited volume, and a number of articles addressing various aspects of European security and defence with an emphasis on transatlantic relations. His publications in the St Antony's series also include US Defence Bases in the United Kingdom: A Matter for Joint Decision? (1987) and The New European Security Disorder (1994). He currently lives in Maastricht, The Netherlands.
1st ed. 2000
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