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International relations theory and European security, we thought we knew /, edited by Lorenzo Cladi and Andrea Locatelli - electronic bk

Table Of Contents
Cover -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Dedication -- Table of Contents -- Notes on contributors -- Foreword -- Acknowledgements -- List of abbreviations -- Introduction: on theories, paradigms and CSDP -- PART I Do IR theories have something to say about CSDP? -- 1 Structural Realism: balancing, bandwagoning or what? -- 2 Neoclassical Realism: clarifying the nature and role of systemic- and domestic-level variables in CSDP -- 3 The emergence and evolution of CSDP: a Liberal approach -- 4 Governmental interest, new Liberalism and the CSDP -- 5 Beyond material factors? Identity, culture and the foreign and security policy of the EU -- 6 How to explain the transnational security governance of the European Union? -- PART II On the limits of IR theories for understanding the CSDP -- 7 Of politics and policies: thinking strategically about the EU -- 8 The EU-NATO conundrum in perspective -- 9 France, America and the issue of balancing (soft or otherwise): a tale of two cycles -- 10 The EU's policy towards Russia: national interests and path dependency -- 11 The EU's foreign policy towards the Israeli-Palestinian conflict: a story of underachievement? -- 12 Conclusion: we thought we knew -- Index
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non fiction
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1 online resource (xviii, 228 p.) :, ill.
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