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The SAGE handbook of European foreign policy

Author: Knud Erik Jrgensen; Åsne Kalland Aarstad; Edith Drieskens; Katie Verlin Laatikainen; Ben Tonra
Publisher: London : SAGE reference, [2015] ©2015
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This reference work is composed of original chapters written specifically to the following themes: research traditions and historical experience; theoretical perspectives; EU actors; state actors; societal actors; the politics of European foreign policy; bilateral relations; relations with multilateral institutions; individual policies; and transnational challenges.
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Sage handbook of European foreign policy. 2 vols.
London : Sage Publications Ltd. 2015
(OCoLC)903803858
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Knud Erik Jrgensen; Åsne Kalland Aarstad; Edith Drieskens; Katie Verlin Laatikainen; Ben Tonra
ISBN: 9781473914438 1473914434
OCLC Number: 915156254
Description: 1 online resource (2 volumes (xxix, 1049 pages)) : illustrations
Contents: Part I: Research TraditionsIntroduction: Research Traditions - Knud Erik JorgensenChapter 2: The Study of European Foreign Policy: Trends and Advances - Knud Erik JorgensenChapter 3: The Analysis of Foreign Policy in its Historical Context - Walter CarlsnaesChapter 4: The Geopolitics of European External Relations - Virginie MamadouhPart II: Theoretical PerspectivesIntroduction: Theorizing European Foreign Policy - Knud Erik JorgensenChapter 6: Liberal International Relations Theory and European Union Foreign Policy - Derek BeachChapter 7: Realism and European Foreign Policy: Capacities, Shortcomings, Findings - Alexander ReichweinChapter 8: Critical Approaches to European Foreign Policy - Asne Kalland AarstadChapter 9: Social Constructivist and Discursive Approaches to European Foreign Policy - Senem Aydin-DuzgitChapter 10: Bureaucratic Politics, New Institutionalism and Principal-Agent Models - Tom DelreuxChapter 11: Theories of European Integration - Julian Bergmann and Arne NiemannChapter 12: Europeanization - Ben TonraChapter 13: Normative Theory: An Untapped Resource in the Study of European Foreign Policy - Helene SjursenPart III: European Union ActorsIntroduction: European Union Actors - Edith DrieskensChapter 15: Presidencies: The Tale of Two and a Half Presidencies - Simon DukeChapter 16: The European External Action Service - Ana E. Juncos and Karolina PomorskaChapter 17: The Governance of European Defence - Per M. Norheim MartinsenChapter 18: European Security Intelligence - Anthony GleesChapter 19: Directorate-General for Trade of the European Commission - Dirk De BievreChapter 20: The European Parliament and European Foreign Policy - Steven Van Hecke and Wouter WolfsChapter 21: The Legal Dimension of European Foreign Policy - Ramses A. WesselPart IV: State ActorsIntroduction: State Actors - Edith DrieskensChapter 23: Ministries of Foreign Affairs - Brian HockingChapter 24: European Council - Peter Debaere and Tim HaesebrouckChapter 25: National Parliaments - Wolfgang WagnerChapter 26: Line Ministries - Mads Dagnis Jensen and Peter NedergaardPart V: Societal ActorsIntroduction: Societal Actors in European Foreign Policy - Asne Kalland AarstadChapter 28: Public Opinion - Pierangelo Isernia and Francesco OlmastroniChapter 29: News Media as Actors in European Foreign Policy Making - Paul GillespieChapter 30: Political Parties and Interest Groups - Bart Kerremans and Yf ReykersChapter 31: Think Tanks and European Foreign Policy: Transnational Politics of Expertise - Johan ErikssonChapter 32: Europe's Public Intellectuals - Cornelia NavariPart VI: The Politics of European Foreign PolicyIntroduction: The Politics of European Foreign Policy - Asne Kalland AarstadChapter 34: Policy Paradigms - Theofanis ExadaktylosChapter 35: Liberal Internationalism - Knud Erik JorgensenChapter 36: Commercial Internationalism - Otto HolmanChapter 37: The Counter Forces of European Integration: Populism, Nationalism and EU Foreign Policy - Bertjan Verbeek and Andrej ZasloveChapter 38: The Politics of Coercion: Assessing the EU's Use of Military and Economic Instruments - Clara Portela and Chiara RuffaPart VII: Bilateral RelationsIntroduction: The EU's Bilateral Relations - Katie LaatikainenChapter 40: The European Union and the United States - Michael H. SmithChapter 41: EU-Japan Relations - Ken MasujimaChapter 42: European Foreign Policy towards Russia: Challenges, Lessons and Future Avenues for Research - Anke Schmidt FelzmannChapter 43: The EU's Bilateral Relations with China - Sebastian BersickChapter 44: EU-India Relations: Debates and Dynamics - Shazia Aziz WulbersChapter 45: EU-Brazil Relations as a Developing Field of Study: State of the Art and Perspectives on Future Research - Laura Cristina Ferreira-PereiraChapter 46: EU-Israel Relations: Expanding the Research Agenda - Bruno Oliveira MartinsChapter 47: EU External Perceptions: From Innovation to an Established Field of Study - Natalia Chaban and Martin HollandPart VIII: Relations with Multilateral Institutions and RegionsIntroduction: Relations with Multilateral Institutions and Regions - Katie LaatikainenChapter 49: The EU and the United Nations - Katie LaatikainenChapter 50: The European Union's Relations with Multilateral Institutions (WTO, ILO, OECD, IMF, WB) - Jan Orbie, Bregt Saenen,Joren Verschaeve and Ferdi De VilleChapter 51: The European Union's Relationship with NATO and the OSCE - Niels van Willigen and Joachim KoopsChapter 52: Interregionalism - Philippe De Lombaerde, Fredrik Soederbaum and Jens-Uwe WunderlichChapter 53: EU Foreign Policy and the Middle East - Paola Rivetti and Francesco CavatortaChapter 54: Europe-Africa Relations over Time: History, Geo-Poltics and New Political Challenges - Mary FarrellPart IX: PoliciesIntroduction: Policies - Ben TonraChapter 56: Security Issues in Foreign Policy - Benjamin Kienzle, Bruno Oliveira Martins and Antonie VandemoorteleChapter 57: The European Union and Human Rights Promotion - Robert KissackChapter 58: Trade - Alasdair Young and John PetersonChapter 59: Enlargement - Elisabeth Johansson-NoguesChapter 60: The European Neighbourhood: Between European Integration and International Relations - Federica Bicchi and Sandra LavenexChapter 61: European Foreign Policy on the Environment and Climate Change - Lisanne GroenChapter 62: Development and Foreign Aid - Maurizio CarboneChapter 63: European External Energy Policy: Governance, Diplomacy and Sustainability - Anna Herranz-SurrallesChapter 64: The European Union Defence Debate: What Kind of Power Is It? - Stephanie B. AndersonPart X: Transnational ChallengesIntroduction: Transnational Challenges - Ben TonraChapter 66: Dynamics of the European Union Non-Proliferation Discourse in Global Context - Egle MurauskaiteChapter 67: The Balance of Power - Dirk PetersChapter 68: Terrorism, Civil Wars and Uprisings - Elise M. FeronChapter 69: Global Markets - Jonathon W. MosesChapter 70: Environmental Challenges - Conor Little and Diarmuid TorneyChapter 71: The Multilateral System - Edith Drieskens and Laura Van Dievel
Other Titles: Handbook of European foreign policy
European foreign policy
Responsibility: edited by Knud Erik Jrgensen, Åsne Kalland Aarstad, Edith Drieskens, Katie Laatikainen and Ben Tonra.

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