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by David T. Jr. Armitage,George H. Quester

ISBN: 0773451099
ISBN13: 978-0773451094
Language: English
Publisher: Edwin Mellen Pr (July 31, 2008)
Pages: 218
Category: Humanities
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February 2001 · Strategic Analysis . In addition, the European disunity with respect to a realistic security and defense policy and to the future role of the alliance makes it more difficult to find an AmericanEuropean consensus on vital questions. The accelerated efforts of the European Union to develop its own defence capability cannot solve the problem. Rather, this step could even further undermine the alliance in the future. This paper discusses the relationship between policy changes in the EU regarding the liberalization of air traffic, and the resulting spatial changes that are emerging in the transport networks of Europe's national airlines.

David T. Armitage Jr. George H. Quester (foreword) . It addresses the inadequacies of systemic international relations theories in explaining why the US supported a potentially competitive system with NATO. In addition, the study focuses on variables at the domestic level. Europe, European Defense Community

Enduring dilemmas: sources of american ambivalence toward european . David T. Armitage, J. Doctor of Philosophy, 2005. Professor George Quester, Department of Government and Politics.

Enduring dilemmas: sources of american ambivalence toward european defense autonomy, the edc and ESDP in comparative perspective. Doctor of Philosophy, 2005 Professor George Quester, Department of Government and Politics.

European Defense Community - History. North Atlantic Treaty Organization - History. Europe - Military policy. United States - Military policy.

Armitage, David T. Title. A comparative analysis of . policy toward European defense autonomy : enduring dilemmas in transatlantic relations, David T. Lewiston : Edwin Mellen Press, c2008. European Defense Community - History. Security, International.

Transatlantic relations refer to the historic, cultural, political, economic and social relations between countries on both side of the Atlantic Ocean

Transatlantic relations refer to the historic, cultural, political, economic and social relations between countries on both side of the Atlantic Ocean. Sometimes it specifically means relationships between the Anglophone North American countries (the United States and Canada), and particular European countries or organizations, although other meanings are possible.

The transatlantic security project - with its central focus on the North . Claude J. I. (1962) Power and International Relations, New York: Random House.

European security transatlantic security paradox Clinton administration George W. Bush administration Iraq. Cornish, P. (2004) ‘NATO: The Practice and Politics of Transformation’, International Affairs 80 (1): 63–74. CrossRefGoogle Scholar.

Interested in US policy toward the issue of European defense autonomy, Armitage (a specialist on the European Union at the US State Department's Bureau of Intelligence and Research) conducts a comparative analysis of US policy towards the European Defense Community, which it supported, in the early 1950 and US policy toward the European Security and Defense Policy, of which it was more suspicious and skeptical, in the late 1990s. In addition to discussing whether the structural components of the Cold War are explanatory of the this change in US attitude, he also addresses a subset of other questions, including the reason the US allowed the French so much policy influence in the 1950s and the role of institutional or policy equilibrium in "locking-in" NATO as the US's institutional preference in more recent years. Annotation ©2008 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
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