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The Organization of European Security Governance

Internal and External Security in Transition

By Ursula C. Schroeder

Routledge – 2011 – 226 pages

Series: Security and Governance

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    978-0-415-60159-7
    March 25th 2011

Description

The Organization of European Security Governance investigates what impact the changing nature of security challenges has had on the organization of security governance in Europe.

As the most pervasive security challenges today are difficult to classify as either internal or external, the traditional divide between domestic and international security has become blurred. In response, European leaders have emphasized the need to develop comprehensive and horizontal approaches to security in the European Union. But has the European Union been able to deliver a coherent response to this new security environment? In a detailed comparative study of two crucial policy fields - EU counter-terrorism and post-conflict crisis management – the book outlines the scope of the ongoing transformation of Europe's security order, examines its challenges and explains its defects.

This important volume will be of interest to students and scholars of Security Studies and European Politics.

Contents

1. Introduction 2. European Security: Beyond the Great Divide? 3. The Organizational Basis of European Security Governance 4. The EU Security Policy Framework 5. Europe's Fight against Terrorism 6. European Approaches to Crisis Management 7. Conclusion

Author Bio

Ursula C. Schroeder is Lecturer in International Relations at the Free University Berlin, Germany.

Name: The Organization of European Security Governance: Internal and External Security in Transition (Hardback)Routledge 
Description: By Ursula C. Schroeder. The Organization of European Security Governance investigates what impact the changing nature of security challenges has had on the organization of security governance in Europe. As the most pervasive security challenges today are difficult to classify...
Categories: Governance, Security Studies - Pol & Intl Relns, European Politics, Politics & International Relations, Government