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Defense and Security Policy: beyond French exceptionalism  

Bastien Irondelle, Jean Joana, and Frédéric Mérand

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Nov 2016
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Jan 2017
This chapter examines what the international literature tells us about French security and defense policy, but also what the French case teaches us about this literature. French ... More

Germany’s Foreign Policy after the End of the Cold War: “Becoming Normal?”  

Klaus Brummer and Kai Oppermann

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Apr 2016
Germany is increasingly expected to behave like a “normal” international actor, that is, one who assumes international responsibility in accordance with its international stature and whose ... More

Intelligence and the European Union  

Richard J. Aldrich

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Aug 2012
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Jan 2013
This article begins by examining recent intelligence developments within the EU. Its initial focus is institutional, asking why the intelligence activities of the EU are relatively weak, ... More

Justice and Home Affairs  

Jörg Monar

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Aug 2012
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Jan 2013
The term ‘justice and home affairs’ (JHA) denotes a policy-making domain of the EU covering asylum and immigration policy, external border management, judicial cooperation in both civil ... More

Neither an International Organization Nor A Nation State: The EU as a Supranational Federation  

Armin von Bogdandy

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Aug 2012
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Jan 2013
This article contends that the EU is neither an international organization nor a state. Rather, it represents a new kind of polity, here conceived of as a supranational federation. The ... More

The Shadow of Schengen  

Jonathon W. Moses

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Aug 2012
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Jan 2013
Schengen has come to symbolize the very apex of Europe's integration ideal and ambition. In abolishing border controls between signatory states, the Schengen Agreement made it easier to ... More

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