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Research Handbook in EU Common Foreign Policy and Security Policy

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Edited by: Panos Koutrakos, Steven Blockmans

ISBN13: 9781785364075
To be Published: December 2018
Publisher: Edward Elgar Publishing Limited
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: £195.00



At a critical time for the identity and policy direction of the EU, this Handbook examines the dynamics behind the development of the Common Foreign and Security Policy (CFSP) and the Common Security and Defence Policy (CSDP).

The Handbook includes chapters from renowned scholars that examine the efficacy and visibility of the EU as a diplomatic, military and civilian actor in a turbulent world. The authors’ original contributions address the impact that existing frameworks, structures and procedures have on the effectiveness of the EU as an international actor and consider the legal challenges to the EU’s integrated approach to external action.

The Research Handbook in EU Common Foreign Policy and Security Policy brings together scholars from different areas of law (EU and international law) and from the political science field. The interdisciplinary approach makes it essential reading for scholars of law, political science and international relations. Policymakers and all those with an interest in the workings of the EU’s legal services will also find this an insightful resource.

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Subjects:
EU Law
Contents:
Introduction
The editors

Part I The law of CFSP/CSDP
1. The position of CFSP/CSDP in the EU’s constitutional architecture
Marise Cremona
2. The institutional framework, legal instruments and decision-making procedures
Stephan Marquardt
3. Representing the EU in the area of CFSP: legal and political dynamics
Hylke Dijkstra
4. The Good, the Bad and the Ugly: three levels of judicial control over the CFSP
Christophe Hillion and Ramses Wessel

Part II The practice of CSDP
5. Civilian CSDP missions: the good, the bad and the ugly
Ana Juncos
6. Military CSDP operations: strategy, financing, effectiveness
Daniel Fiott
7. Responsibility and liability for CSDP operations
Joni Heliskoski
8. Capabilities and CSDP: resourcing political will or paper armies
Simon Duke
9. Non-proliferation of Weapons of Mass Destruction
Eileen Denza

Part III The nexus between CFSP/CSDP and other external policies
10. The law and practice of EU sanctions
Christina Eckes
11. The nexus between the CCP and the CFSP: achieving foreign policy goals through trade restrictions and market access
Andrea Ott and Guillaume van der Loo
12. EU development cooperation and the CFSP: mutual encroachment?
Morten Broberg
13. The CFSP-humanitarian aid nexus
Mireia Estrada Cañamares
14. The nexus between CFSP/CSDP and the Area of Freedom, Security and Justice
Panos Koutrakos
15. European Neighbourhood Policy: CFSP in disguise
Steven Blockmans
16. The nexus between Common Foreign and Security Policy and energy policy
Theodore Konstadinides and Deni Mantzari
17. The European Union as a cybersecurity actor
Jed Odermatt
18. EU external health security policy and law
Anniek de Ruijter

Part IV Reflection on perspectives
19. The European Union as post-national realist power
Achilles Skordas
20. Too much, too little, too late? Reflections on law and ethics in the EU's foreign policy
Jan Klabbers
21. The European Union's foreign policies: an external examination of the capabilities-expectations gap
Urfan Khaliq

Conclusions
Index