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Issues in European Union and U.S. Foreign Policy, edited by Munevver Cebeci, represents a timely attempt at analyzing EU and US foreign policy over a wide range of issues through a comparative approach. It involves theory-guided empirical research and analyzes several thematic issues within the specific context of selected geographical issue areas. It focuses on-and actually proposes-a broader framework of cooperation and coordination for the EU and the US.show more

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  • Hardback | 410 pages
  • 157.48 x 231.14 x 33.02mm | 771.1g
  • Lexington Books
  • Lanham, MD, United States
  • English
  • 073914717X
  • 9780739147177
  • 2,130,031

Review quote

Rarely are the fundamental differences between US and European foreign policies brought properly into comparative focus. This volume succeeds superbly well in bringing out the underlying fault-lines between the allies' respective approaches to the great issues of contemporary international relations. It dispenses with the facile stereotypes of Venus/Mars or hard/soft power and brings out, with nuance and sophistication, the deeper elements of convergence and divergence. -- Jolyon Howorth, Jean Monnet Professor of European Politics at Yale University This volume will be essential reading for all those interested in European and US foreign policy, and transatlantic relations. It provides a sound theoretical framework plus cutting-edge analysis of the most important areas for cooperation between the EU and US. The chapters on Iraq, Iran, Afghanistan, Russia, China, and terrorism reveal the continuity as well as the differences between Obama's approach and that of George W. Bush. -- Fraser Cameron, former foreign policy advisor for the European Commission and current Director of the EU Russia Centreshow more

About Munevver Cebeci

Munevver Cebeci is assistant professor at the European Union Institute at Marmara University in Istanbul.show more

Table of contents

Chapter 1 List of Abbreviations Chapter 2 List of Tables and Figures Chapter 3 Introduction Part 4 Part 1: Theories and Concepts in Understanding EU and US Foreign Policy Chapter 5 1. Transatlantic "Foreign Policy Research" Communities: A Debate on US and European Approaches in Scholarship Chapter 6 2. Theoretical Approaches to European Foreign Policy: A Debate across Paradigms Part 7 Part II: Issues in EU and US Foreign Policy Chapter 8 3. Transatlantic Homeland Security Cooperation: The Art of Balancing Internal Security Objectives with Foreign Policy Concerns Chapter 9 4. With or without you? A Comparison of EU, European and US Policies in Afghanistan Chapter 10 5.NATO and Stabilisation Operations beyond Afghanistan: A Multi-layered Alliance? Chapter 11 6.The Middle East and Iraq in EU and US Foreign Policy: Implications for Transatlantic Relations Chapter 12 7.Leaving The War In Iraq Or "Staying The Course": Why Did Bulgaria Withdraw And Romania Stay? Chapter 13 8. Iran in EU and US Foreign Policy: The Case of Iran's Nuclear Program Chapter 14 9. Assessing EU and US Foreign Policy in the South Caucasus Chapter 15 10. Turkey in US and EU Foreign Policy: Shared ally, different relationships? Chapter 16 11. Russia in EU and US foreign policy: The energy security dimension Chapter 17 12. How to deal with China's military rise? Differing Responses of the EU and the US and the Case of Dual-use Technology Transfer Chapter 18 13. Reassessing EU and US Foreign Policy: The Lisbon Treaty, the Obama Administration and Beyond Chapter 19 Bibliography Chapter 20 Index Chapter 21 About the Contributorsshow more