The European Union as an Integrative Power: Assessing the EU's 'effective Multilateralism' with NATO and the United Nations

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Asp / Vubpress / Upa, 2011 - 493 pagina's

A comprehensive analysis of the European Union's foreign policy over 40 years, this study describes how multilateralism has been used in the fields of peace, security, and military crisis management. Relying on detailed case studies, this new research looks at interventions in Macedonia, the Balkans, the Congo, and Chad--and assesses EU's cooperation with NATO and the United Nations during these emergencies.

 

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List of Tables and Figures
15
Introduction
21
Tables
41
PART I
48
EFFECTIVE MULTILATERALISM AND THE EU AS
51
Overview of early EUNATO and EUUN contacts
64
Overview Table A Conceptual History of the EUs
146
What Kind of Actor What Kind of Power?
147
German Crossparty Discourse on Effective
271
Mission Overview Concordia
296
SummaryGrid Concordias Integrative Impact
311
Mission Overview Artemis
319
SummaryGrid Artemis Integrative
338
SummaryGrid Altheas Integrative Impact
355
EUFOR RD Congo Summary
363
SummaryGrid EUFOR RD Congos Integrative
377

Overview European Union Enlargements 1973 2007
179
Forms and Dimensions of Integration
222
Towards Interorganisationalism?
227
The Integrative Power of Effective Multilateralism
233
Overview of Past Proposals and Initiatives for
399
Conclusions Effective Multilateralism
429
Appendix
443
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Over de auteur (2011)

Joachim Alexander Koops is the founding academic director of the European Peace and Security Studies (EPSS) program at Vesalius College. He is also a researcher at the Institute for European Studies at Vrije Universiteit Brussel. He has published widely on peacekeeping, military crisis management and the EU's relationship with key international organizations.

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