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From the Publisher"A political scientist at the RAND Corporation, Jones takes issue with the widespread view (particularly prevalent in the United States) that European security cooperation has been a failure. Thoroughly examining post-Cold War European cooperation on security institutions, economic sanctions, arms production, and military forces, he argues that such skepticism is misplaced: European security cooperation is 'one of the most striking developments in international politics today.'"
Philip H. Gordon, Foreign Affairs
"...both books contribute to the understanding of European foreign policy, and schoalrs working in this area will profit from reading them." —Richard G. Whitman, University of Bath.