By H. Larsen
Henrik Larsen examines the international coverage of a small ecu member country within the context of ecu overseas policy--the case of Denmark. The e-book seems at seven coverage components: coverage in the direction of different european member states, anti-terrorism, improvement, the Balkans, Africa, Latin the US and exchange.
Read or Download Analysing the Foreign Policy of Small States in the EU: The Case of Denmark PDF
Similar diplomacy books
Those case reports in multilateral alternate policymaking and dispute cost discover the altering substance of exchange agreements and in addition delve into the negotiation process―the who, how, and why of decisionmaking. they enable the reader to determine how exchange coverage truly works and are a good way to deliver the truth of alternate coverage into the study room.
This is often an authoritative and complete historical past of the Fifty Years' warfare and the connection that ruled international politics within the moment 1/2 the 20 th century. for 50 years kin among the U.S. and the Soviet Union have been finding out elements in overseas affairs. on hand for the 1st time in paperback, Richard Crockatt's acclaimed publication is an exam of this dating in its worldwide context.
America's contemporary wars in Kosovo, Afghanistan, and Iraq have raised profound questions on army strength: whilst is its use justifiable? For what objective? Who should still make the choice on even if to visit warfare? past Preemption strikes this debate ahead with considerate dialogue of what those guidance will be and the way they observe within the face of modern day such a lot urgent geopolitical demanding situations: terrorism, WMD proliferation, and humanitarian emergencies.
There are at present a number of ancient, philosophical, political and judicial reviews on human rights. notwithstanding, an intensive social mental research in their intervention in social kinfolk, extending throughout nationwide and cultural limitations, has no longer been to be had. This booklet fills that hole, delivering an in depth exam of the principles of human rights rules, the resources in their universality and their barriers.
- Geopolitics: From the Cold War to the 21st Century
- America's Transatlantic Turn: Theodore Roosevelt and the "Discovery" of Europe
- EMPIRE DES LOUPS -L'
- New World Disorder: The UN after the Cold War - An Insider's View
Extra info for Analysing the Foreign Policy of Small States in the EU: The Case of Denmark
Again the analytical approach here is ‘as if’ followed by discussion of whether the results support this approach. Literature on national foreign policy in an EU context In the following I will discuss the literature on national foreign policy in an EU context linked to the broader issue of Europeanisation. , 2001: 3). Europeanisation is increasingly employed as a term to describe a process of transformation in Europe, although there is no definitional consensus as to whether it Theoretical Background and Analytical Framework 23 refers to transformations of EU institutions themselves and the participation of national actors in this process or to the domestic dynamics as a result of European integration (Ladrech, 2002b: 391).
This is the view taken by constructivists in IR who want to build a bridge to rationalists. At the other end, one finds the fully post-structuralist view that nothing has ontological status outside meaning and everything in the social world is therefore a social construction. Differences also exist within the epistemology of constructivism, that is the theory of how intersubjective meanings are to be studied. At one end of the spectrum lie approaches that see language as transparent in line with modernism or rationalism in IR.
However, the three cases and the interviews with practitioners are not well integrated. The general conclusions about the reciprocal relationship between national and European foreign policy seem to be based more on the interviews with practitioners than on the three case studies. The general statement about how ‘the relationship between national foreign policy and European foreign policy has been, and continues to be, a reciprocal one’ seems to be a stronger statement than the somewhat weaker conclusions about the three policy areas examined, according to which ‘these states have at one time or another, been constrained in the actions they took or the policies they adopted’ (Tonra, 2001: 279, 285).