2 edition of European security integration in the 1990s found in the catalog.
European security integration in the 1990s
by Institute for Security Studies, Western European Union in Paris
Written in English
|Series||Chaillot papers -- 3, November 1991|
|Contributions||Institute for Security Studies (Paris)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||43|
Security Integration in Europe: How Knowledge-based Networks Are Transforming the European Union. In this Book. Additional Information. “This is an ambitious work which deals not only with European security and defense but also has much to say about the policy-making process of the EU in general.” Cited by: pean integration that has persisted since Danish criticism of the European Security and Defence Policy is linked with Denmark’s critical attitude towards political integration in general. Reservations about a European political union containing supranational—or even federal—elements seem to have a solid.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xii, pages ; 23 cm: Contents: The Meaning of Neutrality --Irish Attitudes to Neutrality from World War Two until the Treaty of Maastricht --The Dynamics of the CFSP --The European Security Architecture from Maastricht to Amsterdam --Security and Defence Aspects of the Amsterdam Treaty --Developments in European Security. This title was first published in Roisin Doherty provides an innovative insight into European security policy by concentrating on Ireland through an analysis of compatibility of Irish neutrality with security integration. She also analyzes the factors influencing security by:
To assess and develop transatlantic cooperation, the European Union and the USA hold regular presi-dential summits. They came into being as a result of the November transatlantic declaration which for the ﬁrst time formalised the USA’s contacts with what was then the European Size: KB. Theories of integration have mainly been developed to explain European integration. Europe was the region of the world, where regional integration started in the early s with the European Coal and Steel Community (ECSC) in Ernest Haas theorized this experience inFile Size: KB.
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As the third of its Chaillot Papers the Institute is pleased to publish this essay by Dr Ian Gambles on European security integration in the s. In a period in which we are having to examine radical restructuring of security in Europe following the historic changes of the last two years, Dr Gambles' paper provides an important reflection on some of the conceptual underpinnings for.
European Security in the s Deterrence and Defense after the INF Treaty. Editors As Laqueur says in his chapter "Touring the Western European Defense Hori zon," if the likely development of European defense policies is not particularly reassuring, at least it gives no grounds for despair.
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As Laqueur says in his chapter "Touring the Western European Defense Hori zon," if the likely development of European defense policies is not particularly reassuring, at least it. Ian Gambles on European security integration in the s.
In a period in which we are having to examine radical restructuring of security in Europe following the historic changes of the last two years, Dr Gambles' paper provides an important reflection on some of the conceptual underpinnings for security analysis in Europe.
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