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Understanding European Foreign Policy

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8 December 2000

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A broad ranging introduction to European foreign policy looking at the extent to which a concerted approach is emerging at EU level, the extent of Europeanization of National Foreign Policy and the theoretical issues posed...

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A broad ranging introduction to European foreign policy looking at the extent to which a concerted approach is emerging at EU level, the extent of Europeanization of National Foreign Policy and the theoretical issues posed for theories of foreign policy and international relations more generally.

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Clearly written introduction to the emergence and development of European Foreign Policy
Assesses significance for understanding of foreign policy generally

Europe and the World
Making Sense of Europe's Global Role
External Relations: Community Foreign Policy
European Political Cooperation
From EPC to CFSP: Union Foreign Policy
The Europeanization of National Foreign Policies: The Case for Britain
Security and Defence: Towards a Common Defence Policy?
After Maastricht and Amsterdam: A Common European Foreign Policy?
European Foreign Policy and Foreign Policy Analysis
Bibliography.-Index.

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BRIAN WHITE is Professor of International Relations, Staffordshire University and Visiting Professor, University of Toulouse, France.

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BRIAN WHITE is Professor of International Relations, Staffordshire University and Visiting Professor, University of Toulouse, France.

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