External Danger and Democracy: Old Nordic Lessons and New European Challenges
Should national EU policy be formulated in a foreign policy way, or should each member state be allowed to pursue their own parochial interests? Using case studies, this work tests the theory that a group will centralize and speak with one voice when exposed to external danger.
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Facing Classic Dangers
Three Candidate Deviant Cases
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