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Changing transatlantic security relations, do the US, the EU and Russia form a new strategic triangle?, edited by Jan Hallenberg and Hakan Karlsson

This new book shows how the idea of a strategic triangle can illuminate the security relationships among the United States, the European Union and Russia in the greater transatlantic sphere. This concept highlights how the relationships among these three actors may, on some issues, be closely related. A central question also follows directly from the use of the notion of the triangle: does the EU have actor capability in this policy sphere or will it get it in the future? The reason this is so important for our project is that only if the Union is regarded by the two other actors, an
Table Of Contents
BOOK COVER; HALF-TITLE; SERIES-TITLE; TITLE; COPYRIGHT; CONTENTS; LIST OF CONTRIBUTORS; PREFACE; LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS; 1. A NEW STRATEGIC TRIANGLE: Defining changing transatlantic security relations; 2. THE IMPACT OF ENLARGEMENT ON EU ACTORNESS: Enhanced capacity, weakened cohesiveness; 3. THE BUILDING OF A MILITARY CAPABILITY IN THE EUROPEAN UNION: Some internal and external implications; 4. POLAND AND THE CZECH REPUBLIC: New members torn between the EU and NATO; 5. STRATEGIC COERCION: A tool for the EU or for Europe's major powers?
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non fiction
First edition.
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1 online resource (264 p.)
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