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Foreign and security policy in the European Union [electronic resource] / edited by Kjell A. Eliassen.

Contributor(s): Eliassen, Kjell A.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: London : SAGE Publications, 1998Description: 1 online resource (x, 246 p.).ISBN: 9781849206860 (electronic bk.); 1849206864 (electronic bk.).Subject(s): European Union | European Union countries -- Foreign relations | Europe -- Defenses | Security, International -- European Union countries | National security | Policy sciences | Security, International | LAW -- International | Pa�ises de la Uni�on Europea -- Defensa nacional | Pa�ises de la Uni�on Europea -- Pol�itica exterior | Europese integratie | Gemeenschappelijk buitenlands- en veiligheidsbeleidGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Foreign and security policy in the European Union.DDC classification: 341.2422 Online resources: EBSCOhost
Contents:
Cover; Contents; Preface; 1 -- Introduction: The New European Foreign and Security Policy Agenda; I: EUROPEAN UNION FOREIGN AND SECURITY POLICY; 2 -- The CFSP and the Nation-State; 3 -- The Single European Act; 4 -- The Common Foreign and Security Policy from Maastricht to Amsterdam; 5 -- The 1996 IGC: The Actors and their Interaction; II: NATIONAL SECURITY STRATEGIES; 6 -- France and the European Project: Internal and External Issues; 7 -- The Security Policy of a United Germany; 8 -- British Security Policy; 9 -- Spanish Security Policy and the Mediterranean Question.
Summary: This book provides a comprehensive overview of why European integration in foreign and security policy has proved so difficult. The obstacles to developing the common policy in this second pillar of the European Union go to the heart of debates around the sovereignty of the nation-state. A leading group of international contributors explain how these problems arise and consider the future prospects of developing a more regional-based solution. Broadly organized around the three areas of policy, actors and issues, the first section traces the reluctant growth of EU integration in foreign and se.
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Includes bibliographical references (p. [222]-237) and index.

Cover; Contents; Preface; 1 -- Introduction: The New European Foreign and Security Policy Agenda; I: EUROPEAN UNION FOREIGN AND SECURITY POLICY; 2 -- The CFSP and the Nation-State; 3 -- The Single European Act; 4 -- The Common Foreign and Security Policy from Maastricht to Amsterdam; 5 -- The 1996 IGC: The Actors and their Interaction; II: NATIONAL SECURITY STRATEGIES; 6 -- France and the European Project: Internal and External Issues; 7 -- The Security Policy of a United Germany; 8 -- British Security Policy; 9 -- Spanish Security Policy and the Mediterranean Question.

This book provides a comprehensive overview of why European integration in foreign and security policy has proved so difficult. The obstacles to developing the common policy in this second pillar of the European Union go to the heart of debates around the sovereignty of the nation-state. A leading group of international contributors explain how these problems arise and consider the future prospects of developing a more regional-based solution. Broadly organized around the three areas of policy, actors and issues, the first section traces the reluctant growth of EU integration in foreign and se.

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