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European security after Iraq [electronic resource] / edited by Norrie MacQueen, Trine Flockhart.

Contributor(s): MacQueen, Norrie, 1950- | Flockhart, Trine.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Leiden ; Boston : Brill, 2006Description: 1 online resource (viii, 219 p.).ISBN: 9047409949 (electronic bk.); 9789047409946 (electronic bk.).Uniform titles: Perspectives on European politics and society. Subject(s): National security -- Europe | Iraq War, 2003-2011 -- Influence | Europe -- Military policy | Iraq War, 2003- -- Influence | TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING -- Military Science | HISTORY -- Military -- Other | NATO | Sicherheitspolitik | Irakkrieg | EuropaGenre/Form: Electronic books. | Computer network resources.Additional physical formats: Print version:: European security after Iraq.DDC classification: 355/.03304 Online resources: EBSCOhost
Contents:
Cover13; -- Contents13; -- Abbreviations and Acronyms -- Norrie MacQueen -- Introduction The Uncertain Dimensions of European Security and the Impact of the Iraq War -- Trine Flockhart -- Trans-Atlantic Relations After the War in Iraq: Returning to -- or Departing from -- 8216;Normal Politics8217;? -- Terry Terriff -- Fear and Loathing in NATO: The Atlantic Alliance After the Crisis over Iraq13; -- Trevor Salmon -- 8216;United in its Diversity8217; (or Disunited in Adversary):That is the Question for the European Union and the European Security and Defence Policy13; -- Ulla Holm -- The Old France, the New Europe and a Multipolar World13; -- Bill Park -- Between Europe, the United States and the Middle East:Turkey and European Security in the Wake of the Iraq Crisis13; -- Emilian Kavalski -- The Balkans after Iraq ... Iraq after the 13;Balkans -- Petra Roter and Zlatko 352;abi269; -- The New/Old Europe and European Security -- Michael Smith -- Taming the Elephant? The European Union and the Management of American Power13; -- Index13.
Summary: "European Security after Iraq" examines the impact of the 'second' Gulf War on European politics. It explores key questions about the impact of the conflict on national, European and transatlantic politics such as the extent to which the war has created new cleavages between the foreign and security policies of European states or merely confirmed existing ones. Its national focus is on states on both the so-called 'old' and 'new' Europe (a classification the book, in fact, calls into question). Important issues around the institutional architecture of European security before and after the war are also discussed. The book's nine chapters deal with background issues, such as the place of the war in the broader discourse of European security, institutional analyses of NATO and the EU, and area studies of France, the Balkans, eastern Europe and Turkey. It will be of particular use in upper level undergraduate and taught postgraduate courses on contemporary Europe, transatlantic relations and international security.
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"First published as a special issue of 'Perspectives on European politics and society, ' volume 5, no. 3, 2004"--T.p. verso.

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Cover13; -- Contents13; -- Abbreviations and Acronyms -- Norrie MacQueen -- Introduction The Uncertain Dimensions of European Security and the Impact of the Iraq War -- Trine Flockhart -- Trans-Atlantic Relations After the War in Iraq: Returning to -- or Departing from -- 8216;Normal Politics8217;? -- Terry Terriff -- Fear and Loathing in NATO: The Atlantic Alliance After the Crisis over Iraq13; -- Trevor Salmon -- 8216;United in its Diversity8217; (or Disunited in Adversary):That is the Question for the European Union and the European Security and Defence Policy13; -- Ulla Holm -- The Old France, the New Europe and a Multipolar World13; -- Bill Park -- Between Europe, the United States and the Middle East:Turkey and European Security in the Wake of the Iraq Crisis13; -- Emilian Kavalski -- The Balkans after Iraq ... Iraq after the 13;Balkans -- Petra Roter and Zlatko 352;abi269; -- The New/Old Europe and European Security -- Michael Smith -- Taming the Elephant? The European Union and the Management of American Power13; -- Index13.

"European Security after Iraq" examines the impact of the 'second' Gulf War on European politics. It explores key questions about the impact of the conflict on national, European and transatlantic politics such as the extent to which the war has created new cleavages between the foreign and security policies of European states or merely confirmed existing ones. Its national focus is on states on both the so-called 'old' and 'new' Europe (a classification the book, in fact, calls into question). Important issues around the institutional architecture of European security before and after the war are also discussed. The book's nine chapters deal with background issues, such as the place of the war in the broader discourse of European security, institutional analyses of NATO and the EU, and area studies of France, the Balkans, eastern Europe and Turkey. It will be of particular use in upper level undergraduate and taught postgraduate courses on contemporary Europe, transatlantic relations and international security.

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