Redefining European Security
Routledge – 1999 – 392 pages
First published in 1999. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
"All the certainties about Europe learned over the past five decades now must be reexamined in the light of the Cold War. In no other area is this more true than in questions regarding the future of European security. Carl Hodge's Redefining European Security brings together a talented group of experts from both North America and Europe to provide a broad, readable and highly useful assessment of the security challenges facing Europe as well as the national and institutional responses to them. It provides an essential road map to anyone seeking to understand the changing European terrain." -- Stephen Szabo, Professor of International Studies, The Johns Hopkins University
"In this carefully constructed, wider-ranging review of the area, its institutions, major national actors and issues, Carl Hodge has made a significant contribution to our understanding of the revolution in European affairs that has occurred in the last decade of the twentieth century. It is a marvelous collection with an insightful blend of theory and reality, disparate approaches and points of view and more than a modicum of common sense about the circumstances and expectations of both Europe and the world. It is one of the best chronicles that I have seen on the momentous experiment to reshape the landscape, institutions and contentious issues of the Cold War and the implications of the choices being made." -- Grant T. Hammond, Professor of International Relations, Air War College