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Macmillan Higher Education

The US-EU Security Relationship

The Tensions between a European and a Global Agenda

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Palgrave

Pages: 224
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The European Union Series

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Paperback - 9780230221857

15 May 2011

$49.99

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Ebook - 9781137285560

26 April 2011

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Hardcover - 9780230221840

15 May 2011

$119.00

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A constantly evolving security agenda has become a vital part of US–EU relations. Contemporary security challenges such as the rise of international terrorism and the threat from 'states of concern' have – in recent years –...

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A constantly evolving security agenda has become a vital part of US–EU relations. Contemporary security challenges such as the rise of international terrorism and the threat from 'states of concern' have – in recent years – forced the US and the EU to adapt their relationship and work together in new ways.

Written by a leading authority, this incisive and wide-ranging book systematically examines the development of the transatlantic security relationship in the post-Cold War era. It assesses the nature of the US and EU as international actors and considers how they cooperate together. Rees argues that – despite divergences of interest after the end of the Cold War – the complex nature of contemporary challenges is driving both sides of the Atlantic towards increased cooperation. In addition, the book looks in detail at how global and European issues such as EU defence and enlargement policies, nuclear non-proliferation, and the war on terror have affected security relations.>

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  • Written by a leading authority on international security?
  • Examines the USEU security relationship in light of key political issues such as EU enlargement and international terrorism?
  • Provides invaluable historical perspective charting the development of security relations since the Cold War

Introduction
Conceptualising the Transatlantic Relationship
States and Institutional Relationships
ESDI to CSDP
Enlargement of the European Union
States of Concern
Nuclear Non-Proliferation and Counter-Proliferation
Transatlantic Homeland Security Cooperation
Conclusion.

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Wyn Rees is Professor of International Security at the University of Nottingham, UK.

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Wyn Rees is Professor of International Security at the University of Nottingham, UK.

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