European Security and Foreign Policy

University of Cambridge (2012)

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Course Handbook

Recommended Textbooks

Howorth, Jolyon (2007) Security and Defence Policy in the European Union (Palgrave Macmillan)

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Jones, Seth (2007) The Rise of European Security Cooperation (Cambridge:CUP) SEE SIDEBAR

 

Smith, Karen (2008) European Union Foreign Policy in a Changing World Polity (2nd ed.) (Cambridge: Polity Press)

Garton-Ash, Timothy (2005) Free World (Penguin)

Kagan, Robert (2003) Paradise and Power (Atlantic Books)

Leonard, Mark (2005) Why Europe will run the 21st Century (Fourth Estate)

Youngs, Richard (2010) Europe’s Decline and Fall (Profile Books)

General Reading

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Adler, Emmanuel & Michael Barnett (eds.) (1998) Security Communities (Cambridge: CUP) SEE SIDEBAR

Bretherton, Charlotte & John Vogler (2006) The European Union as a Global Actor (2nd ed.) (Routledge)

Buzan, Barry, Ole Wæver & Jaap de Wilde (1998) Security: a new framework for analysis (Lynne Rienner)

Coker, Christopher (2009) War in an Age of Risk (Cambridge: Polity Press)

Gheciu, Alexandra (2008) Securing Civilization? The EU, NATO and the OSCE in the post-9/11 World (Oxford: OUP)

Hill, Christopher & Michael Smith (eds.) (2nd ed.) (2011) International Relations and the European Union (Oxford: OUP)

Huysmans, Jef (2006) The Politics of Insecurity (Routledge)

Jones, Erik & Saskia van Genugten (2009) The Future of European Foreign Policy (Routledge)

Katzenstein, Peter J (ed.) (1996) The Culture of National Security (Columbia UP)

Laidi, Zaki (ed.) (2008) EU Foreign Policy in a Globalized World (Routledge)

Lipschutz, Ronnie D (ed.) (1995) On Security (Columbia UP)

Kirchner, Emil & James Sperling (2007) EU Security Governance (Manchester University Press)

Lundestad, Geir (2008) Just Another Major Crisis? The United States and Europe since 2000 (Oxford: OUP)

Merlingen, Michael & Rita Ostrauskaite (eds.) The European Security and Defence Policy: an Implementation Perspective (Routledge)

Smith, Michael E. (2004) Europe’s Foreign and Security Policy (Cambridge: CUP)

Toje, Asle (2010) Europe as a Small Power (Palgrave)

Tonra, Ben & Thomas Christiansen (eds.) (2004) Rethinking European Union Foreign Policy (Manchester UP)

Wolff, Sarah, et al (2009) The External Dimension of Justice and Home Affairs (Routledge)

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Useful Websites

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The European Union Institute for Security Studies. The Institute has published the core documents on the ESDP in its Chaillot Papers.

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Chatham House

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The International Institute for Strategic Studies

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Centre for European Reform

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Royal United Services Institute (RUSI)

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Foreign Policy Governance in Europe-Research Network (FORNET) Archive

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Centre for European Policy Studies (CEPS)

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CAP (Munich)

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DGAP

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ARENA (Oslo)

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Danish Institute for International Studies

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Brookings

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CSIS


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Lectures

1. Europe and Contested Concepts of Security

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Bailes, Alyson (2008) ‘The EU and a “better world”: what role for the ESDP,’ International Affairs Vol.84, No.1, pp.115-130

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Baldwin, D (1997) ‘The Concept of Security,’ Review of International Studies, Vol.23, No.1, pp.5-26

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Balzacq, Thierry (2005) ‘The Three Faces of Securitization: Political Agency, Audience and Content,’ European Journal of International Relations, Vol.11, No.2, pp.171-201

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Bigo, Didier (2006) ‘Internal and External Aspects of Security,’ European Security, Vol.15, No.4, pp.385-404

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Burgess, Peter (2009) ‘There is no European Security, Only European Securities,’ Cooperation and Conflict, Vol.44, No.3, pp.309-323

Dannreuther, Roland (2007) International Security: the Contemporary Agenda (Polity Press)

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Edmunds, Timothy (2006) ‘What are armed forces for? The changing nature of military roles in Europe,’ International Affairs, Vol.82, No.6, pp.1059-1075

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Ellner, Andrea (2008) ‘Regional Security in a Global Context: A Critical Appraisal of European Approaches to Security,’ European Security, Vol.17, No.1, pp.9-31

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Eriksson, Johan & Mark Rhinard (2009) ‘The Internal-External Security Nexus,’ Cooperation and Conflict, Vol.44, No.3, pp.243-267

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Guild, Elspeth et al (2008) ‘The Changing Dynamics of Security in an Enlarged European Union,’ Challenge Research Paper 12

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Krotz, Ulrich (2009) ‘Momentum and Impediments: why Europe won’t emerge as a full political actor on the world stage soon,’ Journal of Common Market Studies, Vol.47, No.3, pp.555-578

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Menon, Anand (2009) ‘Empowering paradise? The ESDP at ten,’ International Affairs, Vol.85, No.2, pp.125-139

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Tonra, Ben (2003) ‘Constructing the Common Foreign and Security Policy: the utility of a cognitive approach,’ JCMS, Vol.41, No.4, pp.731-756

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Van Ham, Peter (2008) ‘The Power of War: why Europe needs it,’ Clingendael Diplomacy Papers, 19

Wæver, Ole (2005) ‘European Integration and Security: Analysing French and German Discourses on State, Nation an Europe,’ in David Howarth & Jacob Torfing (eds.) Discourse Theory in European Politics (Palgrave)


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2. Historical Context: Integration as Security

Reading

Allen, David, Reinhardt Rummel & Wolfgang Wessels (1982) European Political Cooperation (Butterworth-Heinemann)

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Deutsch, Karl et al (1957) Political Community and the North Atlantic Area (Princeton UP) (for a condensed version see Chapter 3 of Eilstrup-Sangiovanni, Mette (2006) Debates on European Integration: A Reader (Palgrave)

Duke, Simon (2000) The Elusive Quest for European Security: From EDC to CFSP (Palgrave Macmillan)

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Eilstrup-Sangiovanni, Mette & Daniel Verdier (2005) ‘European Integration as a Solution to War,’ European Journal of International Relations, Vol.11, No.1, pp.99-135

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Feldman, Lily Gardner (1999) ‘Reconciliation and Legitimacy’ in Banchoff, Thomas & Mitchell P. Smith Legitimacy and the European Union (Routledge)

Nuttall, Simon J (1992) European Political Cooperation (Oxford: Clarendon Press), Chapters 1, 7 and 11
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    1. European Political Cooperation

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    7. Euro-American relations and European Political Cooperation

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    11. The Future of European Political Cooperation

Regelsberger, Elfriede, Philippe de Schoutheete & Wolfgang Wessels (eds.) (1997) Foreign Policy of the European Union: From EPC to CFSP and Beyond (Lynne Rienner), Chapters 1, 5, 10, 16 and 17
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    1. Does Maastricht Push the EU Toward a Role as a Global Power?

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    5. The Actors Involved: National Perspectives

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    10. The Potential and Limits of the CSFP

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    16. Transatlantic Dimensions of CFSP

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    17. The Potential and Limits of CSFP: What Comes Next?

Rummel, Reinhardt (ed.) (1990) The Evolution of an International Actor (Westview), Chapters 5, 6 and 12
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    5. Establishing Security Policy in the European Community

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    6. Franco-German Defense Cooperation

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    12. A New Transatlantic Bargain?

See also relevant chapters in Jones, Seth (2007) The Rise of European Cooperation (Cambridge: CUP) SEE SIDEBAR


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3. The Honorary European: The US as Pacifier and Protector

Reading

Bailes, Alyson (1996) ‘NATO: towards a new synthesis,’ Survival, Vol.38, No.3, pp.27-40

Cornish, Paul (1998) Partnership in Crisis: US-European Cooperation in Military Security (Pinter)

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Gordon, Philip (1996) ‘Recasting the Atlantic Alliance’ Survival, Vol.38, No.1, pp.32-57

Grosser, Alfred (1978) The Western Alliance (Macmillan)

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Holbrooke, Richard (1995) ‘America, a European Power,’ Foreign Affairs, Vol.74, No.2, pp.38-51

Hunter, Robert (1972) Security in Europe (Elek)

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Joffe, Josef (1992) ‘Collective Security and the Future of Europe,’ Survival, Vol.34, No.1, pp.36-50

Leffler, Melvyn P. & David S. Painter (eds.) (1994) Origins of the Cold war (Routledge), especially the chapters by Reynolds and Maier

Lundestad, Geir (1998) “Empire” by Integration (Oxford: OUP)

Lundestad, Geir (ed) (2008) Just Another Major Crisis? (Oxford: OUP)

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Mearsheimer, John (1990) ‘Back to the Future: instability in Europe after the Cold War,’ International Security, Vol.15, No.1, pp.5-56

Osgood, Robert (1962) The Entangling Alliance (Chicago UP)

Palmer, John (1988) Europe Without America? (Oxford: OUP)

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Philippart, Eric & Pascaline Winand (2001) Ever Closer Partnership (PIE Peter Lang), especially chapter 1

Rees, Wyn (2006) Transatlantic Counter-Terrorism Cooperation (Routledge)

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Sloan, Stanley R. (2000) ‘The United States and European Defence’ Chaillot Papers 39 WEU ISS


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4. Post-Cold War Adaptation and Institutional Adjustment

Reading

Edwards, Geoffrey (1998) ‘Common Foreign and Security Policy: incrementalism in action?’ in Koskenniemi, Martti International Law Aspects of the European Union (Kluwer)

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Hoffmann, Stanley (2000) ‘Towards a Common Foreign and Security Policy,’ JCMS Vol.38, No.2, pp.189-198

Hyde-Price, Adrian (2002) ‘European Security in the twenty-first century: towards a stable peace order?’ in Cottey, Andrew & Derek Averre (eds.) New Security Challenges in Post-Communist Europe (Manchester UP)

Niblett, Robin & Wallace, William (eds.) (2000) Rethinking European Order: West European Responses, 1989-1997 (Palgrave)

Nuttall, Simon (2000) European Foreign Policy (Oxford: OUP)

Sjursen, Helene (1998) ‘Missed opportunity or eternal fantasy?’ in Peterson, John & Helene Sjursen, A Common Foreign Policy for Europe? (Routledge)

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Smith, Michael E (2004) ‘Institutionalization, Policy Adaptation and European Foreign Policy Cooperation,’ European Journal of International Relations, Vol.10, No.1, pp.95-136

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Wallace, William (1999) ‘Europe after the Cold War,’ Review of International Studies, Vol.25, No.5, pp.201-223

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Wallander, Celeste (2000) ‘Institutional Assets and Adaptability: NATO after the Cold War,’ International Organization, Vol.54, No.4, pp.705-735

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Wivel, Anders (2008) ‘Balancing against threats or bandwagoning with power? Europe and the transatlantic relationship after the Cold War,’ Cambridge Review of International Affairs, Vol.21, No.3, pp.289-305

Hill, Christopher & Michael Smith (eds.) (2nd ed.) (2011) International Relations and the European Union (Oxford: OUP)


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5. Key Challenges 1: The Case of the EU and the Balkans

Reading

Bozo, Frédéric (2003) ‘The Effects of Kosovo and the Danger of Decoupling,’ in Howorth, Jolyon & John Keeler (eds.) Defending Europe: the EU, NATO and the Quest for European Autonomy (Palgrave)

Gow, James (1997) Triumph of the Lack of Will: International Diplomacy and the Yugoslav War (Hurst)

Edwards, Geoffrey (1997) ‘The Potential and Limits of the CFSP: the Yugoslav Example’ in Regelsberger, de Schoutheete & Wessels (eds.) Foreign Policy of the European Union: From EPC to CFSP and Beyond (Lynne Rienner)

Edwards, Geoffrey & Mladen Tošić (2007) ‘Persuasion and Norm Promotion: International Institutions in the Western Balkans,’ in Dimitris Bourantonis et al (eds.) Multilateralism and Security Institutions in an Era of Globalization (Routledge)

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Mace, Catriona (2004) ‘Operation Concordia: Developing a “European” Approach to Crisis Management,’ International Peacekeeping Vol.11, No.3, pp.474-490

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Noutcheva, Gergana (2009) ‘Fake, Partial and Imposed Compliance: the Limits of the EU’s Normative Power in the Western Balkans,’ Journal of European Public Policy, Vol.16, No.7, pp.1065-1084

Nuttall, Simon (1994) ‘Keynote Article: The EC and Yugoslavia – deus ex machina or machina sine deo? in Nugent, N. (ed.) The European Union 1993: Annual Review of Activities (Blackwell for JCMS)

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Ortega, Martin (2001) ‘Military intervention and the European Union’ Chaillot Paper No.45, EU-ISS

Piana, Claire (2002) ‘The EU’s Decision-Making Process in the Common Foreign & Security Policy: the Case of the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia,’ EFAR, Vol.7, No.2

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Shepherd, Alistair J. (2009) ‘A Milestone in the History of the EU’: Kosovo and the EU’s International Role,’ International Affairs, Vol.85, No.3, pp.513-530

Simms, Brendan (2001) Unfinest Hour: Britain and the Destruction of Bosnia (Allen Lane)

Weller, Marc (2000) ‘Missed Opportunities of Conflict Prevention in Kosovo, 1987-99,’ in van de Goor, Luc & Martina Huber (eds.) Mainstreaming Conflict Prevention (SWP/CPN)


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6. Key Challenges 2: Migration, International Crime and Terrorist Challenges

Reading

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Berenskoetter, Felix (2006) ‘Under Construction: ESDP and the ‘Fight Against Organised Crime,’ Challenge Working Paper 5

Bigo, Didier (2000) ‘When Two Become One: Internal and External Securitisations in Europe,’ in Morten Kelstup & Michael C. Williams, International Relations Theory and the Politics of European Integration (Routledge)

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Bigo, Didier (2006) ‘Internal and External Aspects of Security,’ European Security, Vol.15, No.4, pp.385-404

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Boswell, Christina (2003) ‘The “External Dimension” of EU Immigration and Asylum Policy,’ International Affairs, Vol.79, No.3, pp.619-638

Den Boer, Monica (1997) ‘Wearing it Inside Out: European Police Cooperation Between Internal and External Security,’ European Foreign Affairs Review, Vol.2, No.4

Ekengren, Magnus (2007) ‘The Internal-External Security Challenge for the EU,’ Studia Diplomatica LX 1

Eriksson, Johan & Mark Rhinard ‘The Internal-External Nexus: Notes on an emerging Research Agenda,’ Cooperation and Conflict, Vol.44, No.3

Huysmans, Jef (2000) ‘The European Union and the Securitization of Migration,’ JCMS, Vol.38, No.5

Lutterbeck, Derek (2005) ‘Blurring the Dividing Line: the Convergence of Internal and External Security in Western Europe,’ European Security, Vol.14, No.2

Makerenko, Tamara (2004) ‘The Crime-Terror Continuum: Tracing the Interplay Between Transnational Organised Crime and Terrorism,’ Global Crime, Vol.6, No.1

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Monar, Jörg (2007) ‘The EU’s approach post-September 11: Global Terrorism as a Multidimensional Law Enforcement Challenge,’ Cambridge Review of International Affairs, Vol.20, No.2, pp.267-283

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Müller, Harald (2003) ‘Terrorism, Proliferation: a European Threat Assessment,’ EU ISS Chaillot Papers No 58

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Pastore, Ferruccio (2001) ‘Reconciling the Prince’s Two “Arms”’ EU ISS Occasional Papers 30

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Rhinard, Mark & Arjen Boin (2009) ‘European Homeland Security: Bureaucratic Politics and Policy Making in the EU,’ Journal of Homeland Security and Emergency Management, Vol.6, No.1

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Wennerholm, Peter et al (2010) ‘The EU as a Counter-Terrorism Actor Abroad; Finding Opportunities, Overcoming Constraints,’ EPC Issue Paper 60

Zielona, Jan (ed) (2002) Europe Unbound (Routledge), especially the chapters by Bort and Bigo

Journal of Common Market Studies, (2008), Vol.46, No.1, articles on the EU and International Terrorism
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    Bossong, Raphael, The Action Plan on Combatting Terrorism

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    Müller-Wille, The Effect of International Terrorism on EU Intelligence Cooperation

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    Den Boer, Legitimacy Under Pressure: The European Web of Counter-Terrorism Networks

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    Keohane, The Absent Friend: EU Foreign Policy and Counter-Terrorism

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    Guild, The Uses and Abuses of Counter-Terrorism Policies in Europe

See also the Journal of European Integration (2009) on the External Dimension of Justice and Home Affairs: A Different Security Agenda for the EU? (31 1)


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7. Institutions and Discourses

Reading

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Andréani, Gilles (2000) ‘Why Institutions Matter,’ Survival, Vol.42, No.2 (Summer 2000), pp.81-95

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Barbeé, Esther (2004) ‘The Evolution of SFSP Institutions: Where does democratic accountability stand?’ The International Spectator, Vol.39, No.2, pp.47-60

Biscop, Sven (2009) ‘Odd Couple or Dynamic Duo? The EU and Strategy in Times of Crisis,’ European Foreign Affairs Review, Vol.14, No.3, pp.367–384

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Cornish, Paul and Geoffrey Edwards (2001) ‘Beyond the EU/NATO Dichotomy: The beginnings of a European strategic culture,’ International Affairs, Vol.77, No.3, pp.587-603

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Cornish, Paul and Geoffrey Edwards (2005) ‘The Strategic Culture of the EU: A progress report,’ International Affairs, Vol.81, No.4, pp.801-820

Diez, Thomas & Ian Manners (2007) ‘Reflecting on Normative Power Europe,’ in Berenskoetter, Felix & Michael J Williams (eds)Power in World Politics (Routledge)

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Diez, Thomas, Stephan Stetter & Mathias Albert (2006) ‘The European Union and Border Conflicts: The transformative power of integration,’ International Organization, Vol.60, No.3 (Summer 2006), pp.563-593

Duke, Simon & Sophie Vanhoonacker (2006) ‘Administrative Governance in CFSP: Development and practice,’European Foreign Affairs Review, Vol.11, No.2, pp.163-182

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Gheciu, Alexandra (2007) ‘Security Institutions as Agents of Socialization: NATO and the “New Europe”,’Chapter 6, pp.171-207, in Checkel, Jeffrey (ed)International Institutions and Socialization in Europe (Cambridge: CUP)
SEE SIDEBAR

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Gray, Colin (1999) ‘Strategic Cultures as Context: The first generation of theory strikes back,’ Review of International Studies, Vol.25, No.1 (Jan 1999), pp.49-69

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Gross, Eva (2007) ‘Germany and European Security and Defence Cooperation: Europeanization of national crisis management policies,’ Security Dialogue, Vol.38, No.4 (Jan 1999), pp.49-69

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Howorth, Jolyon (2003) ‘France, Britain and the Euro-Atlantic Crisis,’ Survival, Vol.45, No.4 (Winter 2003/2004), pp.173-192

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Hyde-Price, Adrian (2006) ‘”Normative” power Europe: a realist critique,’ Journal of European Public Policy, Vol.13, No.2, pp.217-234

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Manners, Ian (2006) ‘European Union “Normative Power” and the Security Challenge,’ European Security, Vol.15, No.4, pp.405-421

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Mawdsley, Jocelyn & Gerrard Quille (2004) The European Security Strategy: a new framework for ESDP and equipping the EU Rapid Reaction Force, Institute of Strategic and International Studies

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Maull, Hanns W. (2004) ‘Germany and the Use of Force: still a “Civilian Power”?Survival, Vol.42, No.2 (Summer 2000), pp.56-80

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Meyer, Christoph (2006) ‘Convergence Towards a European Strategic Culture: a constructivist framework for explaining changing norms,’ European Journal of International Relations, Vol.11, No.4, pp.523-549

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Missiroli, Antonio (2004) ‘ESDP: How it works,’ in Gnesotto, Nicole (ed) EU Security and Defence Policy: The first five years (1999-2004)

Nicolaidis, Kalypso (2004) ‘The Power of the Superpowerless,’ in Lindberg, Tod (ed) Beyond Paradise and Power: Europe, America and the future of a troubled partnership (Routledge)

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Missiroli, Antonio (2004) ‘ESDP: How it works,’ in Gnesotto, Nicole (ed) EU Security and Defence Policy: The first five years (1999-2004)

Nicolaidis, Kalypso (2004) ‘The Power of the Superpowerless’ in Lindberg, Tod (ed) Beyond Paradise and Power: Europe, America and the future of troubled partnership (Routledge)

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Rieker, Pernille (2007) ‘The EU as a Security actor: the development of political and administrative capabilities,’ NUP Working Paper 725

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Rogers, James (2009) ‘From “Civilian Power” to “Global Power”: Explicating the European Union’s “Grand Strategy” through the articulation of discourse theory,’ Journal of Common Market Studies, Vol.47, No.4, pp.831-862

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Rudolf, Peter (2005) ‘The Myth of the “German Way”: German foreign policy and transatlantic relations,’ Survival, Vol.47, No.1, pp.133-152

Seldon, Anthony (ed) (2007) Blair’s Britain 1997-2007 (Cambridge: CUP)
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    Chapter 27 Foreign Policy

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    Chapter 28 Defence

Toje, Asle (2010) ‘The EU Security Strategy Revised: Europe hedging its bets,’ European Foreign Affairs Review, Vol.15, No.2, pp.171-190

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Weiss, Moritz & Dalferth, Simon (2009) ‘Security Re-Divided: the distinctiveness of policy making in ESDP and JHA,’ Cooperation and Conflict, Vol.44, No.3, pp.268-287

Whitman, Richard (2006) ‘Road Map for a Route March? (De-)civilianising through the EU’s Security Strategy,’ European Foreign Affairs Review, Vol.11, No.1, pp.1-15

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Zaborowski, Marcin (2004) ‘From America’s Protégé to Constructive European: Polish security policy in the twenty-first Century,’ Cooperation and Conflict, EU Institute for Security Studies (EUISS)

What Kind of Power? European Foreign Policy in Perspective, special issue of Journal of European Public Policy, March 2006, Vol.13, No.2
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    Sjursen, ‘What Kind of Power?’, pp.169-181

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    Manners, ‘Normative Power Europe Reconsidered: beyond the crossroads,’ pp.182-199

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    Wagner, ‘The Democratic Control of Military Power Europe,’ pp.200-216

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    Hyde-Price, ‘”Normative” Power Europe: a realist critique,’ pp.217-234

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    Sjursen, ‘The EU as a “normative power”: how can this be?’ pp.235-231

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    Eriksen, ‘The EU: a cosmopolitan polity?’ pp.252-269

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    Mitzen, ‘Anchoring Europe’s Civilizing Entity: habits, capabilities and ontological security,’ pp.270-285

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    Bicchi, ‘Our Size Fits All: normative power Europe and the Mediterranean,’ pp.286-303

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    Lerch & Schwellung, ‘Normative by Nature? The role of coherence in justifying the EU’s external human rights policy,’ pp.304-321

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    Smith, ‘Comment: Crossroads or Cul-de-sac? Reassessing European Foreign Policy,’ pp.322-327

Ethical Power Europe?, special issue of International Affairs, January 2008, Vol.84, No.1
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    Aggestam, ‘Introduction: Ethical Power Europe?’, pp.1-11

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    Dunne, ‘Good Citizen Europe,’ pp.13-28

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    Hyde-Price, ‘A “Tragic Actor”? A realist perspective on “ethical power Europe”‘, pp.29-44

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    Manners, ‘The Normative Ethics of the European Union,’ pp.45-60

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    Mayer, ‘Is it Still Called “Chinese Whispers”? The EU’s rhetoric and action as a responsible global institution,’ pp.61-79

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    Barbé & Johansson-Nogués, ‘The EU as a Modest “Force for Good”: The European neighbourhood policy,’ pp.81-96

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    Aggestam & Hill, ‘The Challenge of Multiculturalism in European Foreign Policy,’ pp.97-114

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    Bailes, ‘The EU and a Better World: What role for the European Security and Defence Policy?’ pp.115-130

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    Haaland-Matlary, ‘Much Ado About Little: the EU and human security,’ pp.131-143


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8. Post-Lisbon Paradoxes: Solidarity and ‘Ad Hocery’

Reading

Recommended Reading

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Brummer, Klaus (2007) ‘Superficial but not Substantial: the ambiguity of public support for Europe’s Security and Defence Policy,’ European Security, Vol.16, No.2, pp.183-201

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Daalder, Ivo (2003) ‘The End of Atlanticism,’ Survival, Vol.45, No.2, pp.147-166

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Duffield, Mark (2002) ‘War as a Network Enterprise: The new security terrain and its implication,’ Cultural Values, Vol.6, Nos. 1 & 2, pp.153-165

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Ekengren, Magnus (2006) ‘New Security Challenges and the Need for New Forms of EU Cooperation: The Solidarity Declaration against Terrorism and the Open Method of Coordination,’ European Security, Vol.15, No.1, pp.89-111

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Jakobsen, Peter Viggo (2006) ‘The ESDP and Civilian Rapid Reaction: Adding value is harder than expected,’ European Security, Vol.15, No.1, pp.299-321

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Krahmann, Elke (2005) ‘Security Governance and Networks: New theoretical perspectives in transatlantic security,’ Cambridge Review of International Affairs, Vol.18, No.1, pp.15-30

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Lavenex, Sandra (2004) ‘EU External Governance in “Wider Europe”,’ Journal of European Public Policy, Vol.11, No.4, pp.680-700

Loader, Ian (2002) ‘Governing European Policing: Some problems and prospects,’ Policing and Society, Vol.12, No.4

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Menon, Anand (2008) ‘Security Policy and the Logic of Leaderlessness,’ Ch.8 in Hayward, Jack (ed) Leaderless Europe (Oxford: OUP)

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Raab, Jörg & Brinton Milward (2003) ‘Dark Networks as Problems,’ Journal of Public Administration and Theory, Vol.13, No.4, pp.413-439

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Rasmussen, Mikel (2001) ‘Reflexive Security: NATO and international risk society,’ Millennium: Journal of International Studies, Vol.30, No.2, pp.285-309

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Sangiovanni, Mette Eilstrup (2005) ‘Transnational Networks and New Security Threats,’ Cambridge Review of International Affairs, Vol.18, No.1, pp.7-13

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Schröder, Ursula (2006) ‘Security Expertise in the European Union: The challenges of comprehensiveness and accountability,’ European Security, Vol.15, No.4, pp.471-490

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Slijper, Frank (2005) ‘The Emerging EU Military-Industrial Complex: Arms industry lobbying in Brussels,’ Transnational Institute Briefing No. 2005/1

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Toje, Asle (2008) ‘The Consensus-Expectations Gap: Explaining Europe’s ineffective Foreign Policy,’ Security Dialogue, Vol.39, No.1, pp.121-141

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Witney, Nick (2008) ‘Re-energising Europe’s Security and Defence Policy,’ European Council on Foreign Relations Policy Paper, July 2008

Further Reading

Adelphi Paper – Geigerich, Bastian (2008) ‘European Military Crisis Management: connecting ambition and reality,’ Adelphi Series, Vol.48, No.397
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    Glossary

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    Introduction

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    Ch.1 – EU Crisis Management: ambitions and achievements, pp.15-34

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    Ch.2 – National Ambitions and Performance, pp.35-58

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    Ch.3 – Domestic Determinants of National Profiles: Constraints or enablers? pp.59-82

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    Conclusion, pp.83-86

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    Notes, pp.87-94

‘Protecting the Union: The emergence of a new policy space,’ special issue of Journal of European Integration, (2006) Vol.28, No.5
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    Boin, Ekengren & Rhinard, ‘Protecting the Union: Analysing an Emerging Policy Space,’ pp.405-421

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    Missiroli, ‘Disasters Past and Present: new challenges for the EU

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    Lezaun & Groenleer, ‘Food Control Emergencies and the Territorialization of the EU,’ pp.437-455

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    Ekengren et al, ‘Solidarity or Sovereignty? EU cooperation in civil protection,’ pp.457-476

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    Duke & Ojanen, ‘Bridging Internal and External Security: Lessons from the ESDP,’ pp.477-494

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    Monar, ‘Cooperation in the Justice and Home Affairs Domain,’ pp.495-509

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    Rhinard, Ekengren & Boin, ‘The EU’s Emerging Protection Space,’ pp.511-527


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Seminar 1 – Security and an Institutional Approach

See reading lists for Lecture 2 and Lecture 4


Seminar 2 – Security and Competing Discourses and Cultures

See reading lists for Lecture 7

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