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Introduction to European foreign policy

Author: Cameron, Fraser Publisher: Routledge 2007.Language: EnglishDescription: 255 p. ; 23 cm.ISBN: 9780415407687Type of document: BookBibliography/Index: Includes bibliographical references and index
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Includes bibliographical references and index

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Introduction to foreign policy I Introduction to foreign policy Lisl of illustrations Preface List of abbreviations xi xiii xvii 1 A strange superpower Summary 1 The changing geo-strategic environment 1 The EU as an actor 2 The European Security Strategy (ESS) 6 Public diplomacy 7 The internakxternal interplay 9 Trade policy 9 Air transport 12 Environmental policy 13 Who speaks for the EU? 15 The theoretical debate 19 Conclusion 2 1 Key questions 22 Further reading 22 2 From EPC to CFSP Summary 23 European Political Co-operation (EPC) 23 The CFSP 28 The CFSP in action 30 Instruments 31 The problem of coherence 35 Voting 36 Budgets 37 Conclusion 38 vi Contents Key questions 39 Further reading 39 3 The EU foreign policy machinery Summary 40 Introduction 40 The European Council 41 The General Affairs and External Relations Council (GAERC) 4 1 Coreper 44 The Political and Security Committee (PSC) 45 The Presidency 47 The Council Secretariat and High Representative (Mr CFSP) 48 The Policy Unit 49 The Joint Situation Centre (SITCEN) 49 Special and personal representatives 49 The EU Military Committee (EUMC) 52 The EU Military Staff (EUMS) 52 The EU Monitoring Mission (EUMM) 52 The Commission 53 Turf wars 55 The European Parliament 57 Conclusion 57 Key questions 58 Further reading 58 4 Old and new member states Summary 59 Introduction 59 The larger member states 60 Enlargement as a security policy 62 Interests of new member states 65 Bulgaria and Romania 66 Attitudes towards the US 67 Enlargement and the CFSP/ESDP 67 The Convention on the Future of Europe 70 Conclusion 7 1 Key questions 72 Further reading 72 5 The defence dimension Summary 73 Introduction 73 Contents vii St-Malo 74 The Helsinki Headline Goals 74 Constitutional treaty provisions 77 Funding the ESDP 78 Establishing a defence-industrial base 79 The European Defence Agency (EDA) 8 1 The ESDP in action 82 EU-NATO 85 Conclusion 87 Key questions 88 Further reading 89 6 Transatlantic relations Summary 90 Introduction 90 The New Transatlantic Agenda (NTA) 92 Bush and unilateralism 94 9/11 - the day that changed America 95 What common values and interests? 95 US attitudes to Europe 97 European attitudes towards the US 97 A solid economic and trade relationship 98 The main EU-US trade disputes 100 A new partnership 103 Conclusion 104 Key questions 105 Further reading 106 7 The neighbourhood Summary 107 Wider Europe 107 The European Neighbourhood Policy (ENP) 109 The southern neighbours 1 10 The Barcelona Process 1 1 1 The Gulf 1 1 6 Russia 1 17 Ukraine 121 The southern Caucasus 12 1 The European Economic Area (EEA) 123 Conclusion 125 Key questions 126 Further reading 126 viii Contents 8 The Balkans and 'hrkey Summary 127 Introduction 127 A tough learning experience 128 A new approach 130 Institutional arrangements 131 Croatia 132 Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYROM) 132 Albania 132 Bosnia and Herzegovina 133 Serbia and Montenegro 133 Open questions 134 Organised crime 135 Uneven progress 136 The EU's promises 136 Turkey 138 Cyprus 141 Conclusion 142 Key questions 143 Further reading 143 9 The EU and Asia Summary 144 Introduction 144 The EU and Asia - shared interests 146 Asia-Europe Meeting (ASEM) 147 Growing Asian regionalism 149 East Asia 149 South-East AsidASEAN 152 South Asia (SAARC) 154 EU technical assistance for Asia 156 Conclusion 156 Key questions I 57 Further reading 157 10 Development policy Summary 158 Introduction 158 European colonial rule 159 Development policy 160 The Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) 162 The Cotonou agreement 1 63 Contents ix Focus on Africa 165 African developments 168 EU-Latin America 168 Humanitarian aid 169 Conclusion 170 Key questions 17 1 Further reading 1 7 1 11 Conflict prevention and crisis management Summary 172 Introduction 172 The EU's growing role in conflict prevention 173 The Gothenburg programme 174 Improving the civilian response capability 1 8 1 Conditionality, democracy and human rights 184 Africa security 187 Conclusion 188 Key questions 1 89 Further reading 189 12 Tackling terrorism Summary 190 Introduction 190 Tackling terrorism 192 EU structures 194 Intelligence sharing 196 International co-operation 197 Conclusion 202 Key questions 202 Further reading 203 13 Future prospects Introduction 204 The EU's foreign policy record 204 Reforming the CFSP 206 Commission proposals 210 Waiting for Godot 21 1 Budget 2 13 Parliamentary and public support 2 13 Energy 2 13 Effective multilateralism 2 14 x Contents The EU as a model 2 15 Conclusion 2 1 6 Appendix One: Consolidated Treaty on European Union, Title V Appendix Two: The European Security Strategy (December 2003) Appendix Three: Some key figures in EU foreign policy Glossary Notes Bibliography Index 2 17 224 233

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