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Poland, Germany and State Power in Post-Cold War Europe

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This book examines the post-Cold War Polish-German relationship and the puzzling rise of foreign and security policy differences between the two states during the 2000s. Through an investigation of four policy issues - NATO's out-of-area mandate, European Constitution and the division of voting power in the Council, relations with Russia and the eastern neighbours, as well as EU energy policy - the author identifies the roots of their conflict in a structure of material, spatial and temporal asymmetries. Rather than treat them as currency, however, he explores the less conspicuous ways in which power is exercised and structure matters inside a community governed by shared rules and norms. In pursuing its research question, theoretical work, historical reconstructions and empirical analyses, the book combines security studies, transatlantic relations, European integration, and Polish and German politics with general theorizing and conceptual grounding in international relations and political science.



Auteur

Stefan Szwed is Research Associate at the Centre for International Studies at the Department of Politics and International Relations and Senior Common Room Member at St Antony's College, University of Oxford, UK. His research interests focus on Polish and German foreign policies, European integration and democratic transitions. He was Mairie de Paris Visiting Fellow at the Centre de Recherches internationales at Sciences Po, Paris.



Contenu

Chapter One - Introduction.- Chapter Two - Community of Asymmetries: A Typology.- Chapter Three - A Tale of Two Allies: Poland, Germany and the New Transatlantic Order.- Chapter Four - Disunity in Diversity: Constitutional Treaty and the QMV.- Chapter Five - Disquiet in the East: Relations with Russia and the Neighbours.- Chapter Six - Power (grid) Politics: Poland, Germany and European Energy Security.- Chapter Seven - Conclusion.

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Titre: Poland, Germany and State Power in Post-Cold War Europe
Sous-titre: Asymmetry Matters
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Code EAN: 9781349953523
Protection contre la copie numérique: filigrane numérique
Format: eBook (pdf)
Producteur: Springer-Verlag GmbH
Genre: Sciences politiques
nombre de pages: 306
Parution: 29.09.2018
Taille de fichier: 2.8 MB

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