The European Union as a Small Power: After the Post-Cold War
The post-Cold War period is coming to an end. After a decade of foreign policy integration Europe faces multipolarity internally divided and externally weak. Toje argues that due to the lack of a workable decision-making mechanism the EU is destined to play the limited but distinct role of a small power in global politics.
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1 The Anatomy of EU Security
2 The European Union as a Historical Phenomenon
The State of the Union
4 The European Security Strategy Revisited
5 Lessons from the Field
6 A Question of Political Will
7 The Making of a Small Power
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