Managing a Multilevel Foreign Policy : The EU in International Affairs
Managing a Multilevel Foreign Policy is a helpful resource for enhancing current understanding of the European Union as an emerging actor in the global system. It introduces and examines the latest developments in the fields of EU foreign, security, and defense policies, providing a complete overview of the ways in which the EU has grown as a global actor with a significant impact on international affairs.
- Paperback | 256 pages
- 149.86 x 223.52 x 20.32mm | 385.55g
- 17 Aug 2007
- Lexington Books
- Lanham, MD, United States
Managing a Multilevel Foreign Policy: The EU in International Affairs is an impressive collection of essays by leading experts in the field of EU foreign policy. They analyze the interweaving of processes of communitarization, intergovernmentalism, and Europeanization in the development and output of the European foreign policy system. -- Karen E. Smith, London School of Economics, Professor He offers the kind of information this is hard to find in one place and puts it into useable and interesting contexts. Humanities and Social Science Reviews Online, June 2010 A comprehensive read on trends in EU foreign policy and transatlantic relations, featuring insights from some of the most distinguished and astute thinkers in the field. Readers will benefit from empirical and conceptual analyses as they themselves evaluate the EU as an actor in international politics and security. The authors do not disappoint. -- Roy H. Ginsberg, Skidmore College
About Paolo Foradori
Paolo Foradori teaches sociology on European integration at the University of Trento, Italy. Paolo Rosa is researcher of political sociology at the University of Trento, Italy. Riccardo Scartezzini is Jean Monnet Chair and director of the Jean Monnet European Centre of Excellence and professor of political sociology at the University of Trento, Italy.
Table of contents
Chapter 1 Introduction Part 2 The EU in International Affairs Chapter 3 The Future of the EU as a Global Actor Chapter 4 EU Security Governance in a Wider Europe Chapter 5 European Political Parties and the EU's Common Foreign and Security Policy Part 6 The EU and Inter-regional Relations Chapter 7 The EU as a Global Actor from a New Regionalism Perspective Chapter 8 The European Security Partnership: A Comparative Analysis Chapter 9 International Terrorism: Differing EU and US Approaches Chapter 10 US and Europe: Still an Inevitable Alliance? Part 11 Areas of Intervention Chapter 12 EU Approaches to Conflict Management: A "Distinctive" Contribution? Chapter 13 The EU Policy against WMD Proliferation Chapter 14 EU Enlargement and the Future of the Transatlantic Alliance