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Europe: A Civilian Power?

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In this survey of the EU's experience with international relations, the author offers an account of the EU as a civilian power in the making.

'Mario Telò has produced a visionary and wide-ranging analysis of how a European Union foreign policy, consistent with European social practices and values, could contribute to the revival of a transatlantic partnership, a new multilateralism, and the solution of pressing global problems. For Americans, there could be no better introduction to progressive European thinking than Europe: A Civilian Power?' - Robert O. Keohane, Professor of International Affairs, Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs, Princeton University, USA

'Well documented and deftly juggling the various political theories currently doing the rounds, he casts a critical eye over events, highlighting areas of interest and shortcomings to expose long-term trends in the way the world system is evolving and the innovative role of the EU in this connection'. - Frederik Ronse, European Library

'Political power and global order are the core topics of this book, which offers a deep analysis of the European Union's role in the international system after the end of bipolar confrontation.' - The International Spectator



Auteur
MARIO TELO is Jean Monnet Honorary Chair of International relations and European political integration at the Brussels Free University (ULB) where he is also President of the Institute for European studies (IEE). He has taught in various Italian,German, Scandinavian, American and Asian universities and published extensively on the study of the European Union, including EU, New Regionalism and Global Governance (2001). He served as Advisor to European Council, European Parliament and European Commission.

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What is the European Union international role and identity becoming after the cold war, September 11th and the transatlantic rift? Is the second global actor challenging the trends towards a 'pax americana'? EUROPE: A CIVILIAN POWER? provides an original account of the features and the external relations of the EU as a civilian power in the making. It addresses the key questions on the new security threat, world emergencies challenging the EU, not only as a peace and democracy stablizer on a continental scale, but also as an actor which shares responsibility for global governance and world order. MARIO TELO provides a comparative analysis of regional cooperation in Europe, Africa, Asia and Latin America and focuses on the interregional relations with the EU. He highlights the international relevance of the current EU constitutionalization process and gives a critical review of the concepts of civilian power, soft power, civilizing power, multilateralism, multipolarism, international fragmentation, empire, hegemonic stability and global legitimacy. Analysis of the best literature on international relations and European integration is completed by MARIO's practical experience as an advisor to the EU institutions and a lecturer in Asia and Americas.



Résumé
He highlights the international relevance of the current EU constitutionalization process and gives a critical review of the concepts of civilian power, soft power, civilizing power, multilateralism, multipolarism, international fragmentation, empire, hegemonic stability and global legitimacy.

Contenu
Civilian Power and International Relations: the EU and Multilateralism from the Twentieth to the Twenty-First Century States, New Regionalism and Interregional Cooperation in the Globalized World The Heart of European Integration: the Socio-economic Model between Convergence and National Diversities The Development of the European Union as an International Actor The Process of Treaty Reform: the International Dimension

Informations sur le produit

Titre: Europe: A Civilian Power?
Auteur:
Code EAN: 9781403949219
ISBN: 978-1-4039-4921-9
Format: Livre Relié
Genre: Médias et communication
nombre de pages: 292
Poids: 545g
Taille: H216mm x B216mm x T138mm
Année: 2005
Auflage: 2006