The SAGE Handbook of European Foreign Policy

Editors: Jorgensen, Knud Erik, Aarstad, Aasne Kalland and Drieskens, Edith, et.al.
Publication Year: 2015
Publisher: Sage UK

Single-User Purchase Price: $350.00
Unlimited-User Purchase Price: $525.00
ISBN: 978-1-44-627609-9
Category: Social Sciences - Political science
Image Count: 12
Book Status: Available
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The SAGE Handbook of European Foreign Policy, Two-Volume set, is a major reference work for Foreign Policy Programmes around the world. The Handbook is designed to be accessible to graduate and postgraduate students in a wide variety of disciplines across the humanities and social sciences.

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Table of Contents

  • List of Figures and Tables
  • Notes on the Editors and Contributors
  • Preface
  • Acknowledgements
  • Volume 1
  • Part I Research traditions
  • 1 Introduction: Research Traditions - Knud Erik J⊘rgensen
  • 2 The Study of European Foreign Policy: Trends and Advances - Knud Erik J⊘rgensen
  • 3 The Analysis of Foreign Policy in its Historical Context - Walter Carlsnaes
  • 4 The Geopolitics of EU External Relations - Virginie Mamadouh
  • Part II Theoretical perspectives
  • 5 Introduction: Theorizing European Foreign Policy - Knud Erik J⊘rgensen
  • 6 Liberal International Relations Theory and EU Foreign Policy - Derek Beach
  • 7 Realism and European Foreign Policy: Promises and Shortcomings - Alexander Reichwein
  • 8 Critical Approaches to European Foreign Policy - Åsne Kalland Aarstad
  • 9 Social-Constructivist and Discursive Approaches to European Foreign Policy - Senem Aydın-Düzgit
  • 10 Bureaucratic Politics, New Institutionalism and Principal-Agent Models - Tom Delreux
  • 11 Theories of European Integration - Julian Bergmann and Arne Niemann
  • 12 Europeanization - Ben Tonra
  • 13 Normative Theory: An Untapped Resource in the Study of European Foreign Policy - Helene Sjursen
  • Part III European Union actors
  • 14 Introduction: EU Actors - Edith Drieskens
  • 15 Presidencies: the Tale of Two and a Half Presidencies - Simon Duke
  • 16 The European External Action Service - Ana E. Juncos and Karolina Pomorska
  • 17 The Governance of European Defence - Per M. Norheim-Martinsen
  • 18 European Security Intelligence - Anthony Glees
  • 19 Directorate-General for Trade of the European Commission - Dirk De Bièvre
  • 20 The European Parliament and European Foreign Policy - Steven Van Hecke and Wouter Wolfs
  • 21 The legal Dimension of European Foreign Policy - Ramses A. Wessel
  • Part IV State actors
  • 22 Introduction: State Actors - Edith Drieskens
  • 23 Ministries of Foreign Affairs - Brian Hocking
  • 24 European Council - Peter Debaere and Tim Haesebrouck
  • 25 National Parliaments - Wolfgang Wagner
  • 26 Line Ministries - Mads Dagnis Jensen and Peter Nedergaard
  • Part V Societal actors
  • 27 Introduction: Societal Actors in European Foreign Policy - Åsne Kalland Aarstad
  • 28 Public Opinion and European Foreign Policy - Pierangelo Isernia and Francesco Olmastroni
  • 29 News Media as Actors in European Foreign-Policymaking - Paul Gillespie
  • 30 Political Parties and Interest Groups - Bart Kerremans and Yf Reykers
  • 31 Think Tanks and European Foreign Policy: Transnational Politics of Expertise - Johan Eriksson
  • 32 Europe's Public Intellectuals - Cornelia Navari
  • Volume 2
  • Part VI The politics of European foreign policy
  • 33 Introduction: The Politics of European Foreign Policy - Åsne Kalland Aarstad
  • 34 Policy Paradigms - Theofanis Exadaktylos
  • 35 Liberal Internationalism - Knud Erik J⊘rgensen
  • 36 Commercial Internationalism - Otto Holman
  • 37 The Counter Forces of European Integration: Nationalism, Populismand EU Foreign Policy - Bertjan Verbeek and Andrej Zaslove
  • 38 The Politics of Coercion: Assessing The EU's Use of Military and Economic Instruments - Clara Portela and Chiara Ruffa
  • Part VII Bilateral relations
  • 39 Introduction: The EU's Bilateral Relations - Katie Verlin Laatikainen
  • 40 The EU and the US - Michael H. Smith
  • 41 EU–Japan Relations - Ken Masujima
  • 42 European Foreign Policy Towards Russia: Challenges, Lessons and Future Avenues for Research - Anke Schmidt-Felzmann
  • 43 The EU's Bilateral Relations with China - Sebastian Bersick
  • 44 EU–India Relations: Debates and Dynamics - Shazia Aziz Wülbers
  • 45 Eu–Brazil Relations as a Developing Field of Study: State-of-the-Art and Perspectives on Future Research - Laura C. Ferreira-Pereira
  • 46 EU–Israel Relations: Expanding the Research Agenda - Bruno Oliveira Martins
  • 47 EU External Perceptions: From Innovation to an Established Field of Study - Natalia Chaban and Martin Holland
  • Part VIII Relations with multilateral institutions and regions
  • 48 Introduction: The EU's Relations with Multilateral Institutions and Regions - Katie Verlin Laatikainen
  • 49 The EU and the United Nations - Katie Verlin Laatikainen
  • 50 The EU's Relations with Multilateral Institutions - Jan Orbie, Bregt Saenen, Joren Verschaeve and Ferdi De Ville
  • 51 The EU's Relationship with NATO and OSCE - Niels van Willigen and Joachim A. Koops
  • 52 Interregionalism - Philippe De Lombaerde, Fredrik Söderbaum and Jens-Uwe Wunderlich
  • 53 EU Foreign Policy and the Middle East - Paola Rivetti and Francesco Cavatorta
  • 54 Europe–Africa Relations over Time: History, Geopolitics and New Political Challenges - Mary Farrell
  • Part IX Policies
  • 55 Introduction: Policies - Ben Tonra
  • 56 Security Issues in Foreign Policy - Benjamin Kienzle, Bruno Oliveira Martins and Antoine Vandemoortele
  • 57 The EU and Human-Rights Promotion - Robert Kissack
  • 58 Trade - Alasdair R. Young and John Peterson
  • 59 Enlargement - Elisabeth Johansson-Nogués
  • 60 The European Neighbourhood: Between European Integration and International Relations - Federica Bicchi and Sandra Lavenex
  • 61 European Foreign Policy on the Environment and Climate Change - Lisanne Groen
  • 62 Development and Foreign Aid - Maurizio Carbone
  • 63 European External Energy Policy: Governance, Diplomacy and Sustainability - Anna Herranz-Surrallés
  • 64 The EU Defence Debate: What Kind of Power is It? - Stephanie B. Anderson
  • Part X Transnational challenges
  • 65 Introduction: Transnational Challenges - Ben Tonra
  • 66 Dynamics of the EU Non-proliferation Discourse in Global Context - Egle Murauskaite
  • 67 The Balance of Power - Dirk Peters
  • 68 Terrorism, Civil Wars and Uprisings - Élise M. Féron
  • 69 Global Markets - Jonathon W. Moses
  • 70 Environmental Challenges - Conor Little and Diarmuid Torney
  • 71 The Multilateral System - Edith Drieskens and Laura Van Dievel