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The European Union in International Politics: Baptism by Fire
Chapter 1 Foreword Chapter 2 The Rationale for Studying the Outcomes of European Foreign Policy Activity Chapter 3 Conceptual Model of the European Foreign Policy System Chapter 4 Evaluating ExternalExpand
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Conceptualizing the European Union as an International Actor: Narrowing the Theoretical Capability-Expectations Gap
This article identifies relevant explanatory concepts of European foreign policy (EFP) and organizes those concepts into a heuristically useful model that depicts the stimuli, processes and effectsExpand
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Europe's Foreign and Security Policy: The Institutionalization of Cooperation
  • R. Ginsberg
  • Political Science
  • Perspectives on Politics
  • 1 December 2004
Europe's Foreign and Security Policy: The Institutionalization of Cooperation. By Michael E. Smith. New York: Cambridge University Press, 2004. 308p. $80.00 cloth, $28.99 paper. Michael Smith asksExpand
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The European Union in Global Security: The Politics of Impact
Foreword by Javier Solana Review of the Literature CSDP in Context The Internal Politics of CSDP Missions The External Effects of CSDP Missions Impact on International Security Providers CSDP in theExpand
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Demystifying the European Union: The Enduring Logic of Regional Integration
The European Union_the world's greatest experiment in interstate reconciliation through regional integration_is now fifty years old. However, it remains a mystery to many people in and outsideExpand
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National and European Foreign Policies: Towards Europeanization
different case studies and specific conceptual frames based on classic sociologists such as Weber, Durkheim and Bourdieu aim at developing a new interpretation of classical research objects. TheExpand
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The Political Dimension
What is the nature of the political relationship that exists between the US and the EC? Chapter 2 argued that while particular aspects of US-EC relations might be understood in terms of realistExpand
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Understanding the European Union as a global political actor: Theory, practice, and impact
[From the introduction]. The EU today is one of the most unusual and widest-ranging political actors in the international system. Since the 1950s, this capacity has gradually expanded to encompassExpand
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