Closing the capabilities-expectations gap?

@inproceedings{Hill1997ClosingTC,
  title={Closing the capabilities-expectations gap?},
  author={Christopher Hill},
  year={1997}
}
'European foreign policy' itself was, and remains, an elusive concept. It can be applied to the tout ensemble of what 'Europe' does in world politics, although we then run straight into the next problem of defining 'Europe' and 'European.' It can be taken to be simply the behavior of the European Union in the form of the Common Foreign and Security Policy, which would have the merit of taking the EU's claim to have an integrated ('Common') foreign policy at its word. Both in 1992 and in the… Expand
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