A Hybrid Relationship: Transatlantic Security Cooperation beyond NATO

A Hybrid Relationship: Transatlantic Security Cooperation beyond NATO

by Peter Schmidt (Editor)


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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9783631572368
Publisher: Lang, Peter Publishing, Incorporated
Publication date: 12/14/2007
Series: Internationale Sicherheit Series , #7
Pages: 336
Product dimensions: 5.83(w) x 8.27(h) x (d)

About the Author

The Editor: Peter Schmidt is Senior Fellow at the German Institute for International and Security Affairs of the Stiftung Wissenschaft und Politik (SWP) in Berlin and Adjunct Professor at the University of Mannheim.

Table of Contents

Contents: Peter Schmidt: Acknowledgements and Introduction – Klaus Scharioth: Responding to the Challenges of Globalisation and the Need for a Transatlantic Community – David G. Haglund/Jay Nathwani: NATO’s Past, Present and Future: Theoretical Aspects – Volker Heise: European Security and Defence Policy in Transatlantic Relations: Minding the Gaps – John Van Oudenaren: From Atlantic Community to Atlantic Partnership and Beyond: American Conceptions of the Transatlantic Relationship since 1945 – Peter Schmidt: European Conceptions of the Transatlantic Relationship: Historical Overview and Some Conceptual Issues – Sebastian Harnisch: Minilateralisms, Formal Institutions and Transatlantic Cooperation: The EU-3 Initiative vis-à-vis Iran’s Nuclear Program – Charles C. Pentland: Berlin Plus or Minus? ESDP, NATO and Division of Labor – Frank Kupferschmidt: EU and NATO as «Strategic Partners»: The Balkans Experience – Andrea Charron/Benjamin Zyla/Jane Boulden: NATO, the EU and Darfur: Separate but Together – Markus Kaim: The Quartet Experience: Establishment and Results – Robert E. Hunter: The Quartet Experience: A New Platform for Transatlantic Relations? – Stephanie Hofmann/Ronja Kempin: Through the Transatlantic Looking Glass: France and the U.S., yet Another Special Relationship? – Frank Kupferschmidt: The United Kingdom between Transatlantic Relationship and European Integration: Pragmatism Put to the Test – Helga Haftendorn: The View from Berlin: Germany as a Self-assured European Middle Power – Kai-Olaf Lang: Preserving the Alliance, Going European and Knotting Direct Ties: Poland’s Euroatlanticism in Transition – Heinz Kramer: Turkey and the Transatlantic Alliance – Bo Huldt: Neutrality and Transatlanticism – Michael Schmunk: A Joint Transatlantic Nation-Building Task-Force – Seth G. Jones: Transatlantic Stability Operations: The Use of Overwhelming Force – Volker Heise/Peter Schmidt: NATO and EU: Reversing Berlin-Plus? – Eckhard Lübkemeier: NATO and a European (CFSP) Caucus – John van Oudenaren/Peter Schmidt: Round-up. Moving Forward with a Sense of Pragmatism.

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