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Multilateral security and ESDP operations [electronic resource] / edited by Fulvio Attin�a and Daniela Irrera.

Contributor(s): Attin�a, Fulvio | Irrera, Daniela.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Farnham, Surrey, England ; Burlington, VT : Ashgate Pub., c2010Description: 1 online resource (xviii, 236 p.) : ill.ISBN: 9781409407089 (electronic bk.); 140940708X (electronic bk.).Subject(s): European Union countries -- Military policy | Peace-building -- European Union countries | Peacekeeping forces -- European Union countries | National security -- Europe | HISTORY / Military / Other | TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING / Military ScienceGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Multilateral security and ESDP operations.DDC classification: 355/.03354 Online resources: EBSCOhost Summary: This volume presents complementary analyses of the current features, issues and trends of multilateral security and the European Security and Defence Policy (ESDP) peace operations. The work presents an astute interpretation of the attributes of ESDP operations in the context of the diffusion of peace operations practice at the present time. Founded on the detailed examination of different peace operations and the analysis of relevant data, the book allows for the assessment of the near future of peace operations. -- Back cover.Summary: Introduction: multilateralism, peace operations, and Europe / Fulvio Attin�a ---- Part I. Multilateral Peacekeeping: New Trends, Actors, and Tasks. 1. Global power competition and the rise of minilateralism in peace operations / Fulvio Attin�a --- 2. The 'schizophrenic' nature of peacebuilding operations: between external supervision and self-rule / Kathia L�egar�e --- 3. The regionalization of peacekeeping and peacebuilding: lessons learnt in East Timor and the Southwest Pacific / Derek McDougall --- 4. NGOs' roles in humanitarian interventions and peace support operations / Daniela Irrera --- 5. New tasks for peace operations? The interlinkage between SSR and integrated peace missions / Maria A. Sabiote ---- Part II. ESDP and the European Contribution to Changing Peacekeeping. 6. European propensity for peacekeeping and minilateralism: a quantitative analysis of 4 EU countries and ESDP operations / Fulvio Attin�a --- 7. Bosnia, Darfur, and the 'actorness' of regional organisations: assessing the performance of EU and AU regional(ized) peace operations / Simon Riesche --- 8. EU crisis management and ESDP operations in the Eastern Neighbourhood / Jean F. Crombois --- 9. Military and civilian crisis management: can the EU be reliable in the co-operation with the UN in Africa? / Claudia Morsut --- 10. European civilian operations in the occupied Palestinian territory: EUPOL COPPS and EUBAM Rafah / Maria A. Sabiote ---- Conclusion: ESDP, global security trends, and the reshaping of peace operations / Daniela Irrerra.
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Includes bibliographical references (p. [199]-227) and index.

This volume presents complementary analyses of the current features, issues and trends of multilateral security and the European Security and Defence Policy (ESDP) peace operations. The work presents an astute interpretation of the attributes of ESDP operations in the context of the diffusion of peace operations practice at the present time. Founded on the detailed examination of different peace operations and the analysis of relevant data, the book allows for the assessment of the near future of peace operations. -- Back cover.

Introduction: multilateralism, peace operations, and Europe / Fulvio Attin�a ---- Part I. Multilateral Peacekeeping: New Trends, Actors, and Tasks. 1. Global power competition and the rise of minilateralism in peace operations / Fulvio Attin�a --- 2. The 'schizophrenic' nature of peacebuilding operations: between external supervision and self-rule / Kathia L�egar�e --- 3. The regionalization of peacekeeping and peacebuilding: lessons learnt in East Timor and the Southwest Pacific / Derek McDougall --- 4. NGOs' roles in humanitarian interventions and peace support operations / Daniela Irrera --- 5. New tasks for peace operations? The interlinkage between SSR and integrated peace missions / Maria A. Sabiote ---- Part II. ESDP and the European Contribution to Changing Peacekeeping. 6. European propensity for peacekeeping and minilateralism: a quantitative analysis of 4 EU countries and ESDP operations / Fulvio Attin�a --- 7. Bosnia, Darfur, and the 'actorness' of regional organisations: assessing the performance of EU and AU regional(ized) peace operations / Simon Riesche --- 8. EU crisis management and ESDP operations in the Eastern Neighbourhood / Jean F. Crombois --- 9. Military and civilian crisis management: can the EU be reliable in the co-operation with the UN in Africa? / Claudia Morsut --- 10. European civilian operations in the occupied Palestinian territory: EUPOL COPPS and EUBAM Rafah / Maria A. Sabiote ---- Conclusion: ESDP, global security trends, and the reshaping of peace operations / Daniela Irrerra.

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