|Author (Person)||Hadfield, Amelia|
|Publisher||Routledge (Taylor & Francis Group)|
|ISBN||978-0-415-67005-0 (hbk) / 978-0-415-67006-7 (pbk) / 978-1-31-527672-4 (ebook)|
|Content Type||Textbook | Monograph|
Foreign policies of EU member states provides a clear and current overview of the motivations and outcomes of EU member states regarding their foreign policy-making within and beyond the EU. It provides an in-depth analysis of intra-EU policy-making and sheds light, in an innovative and understandable way, on the lesser-known aspects of the inter-EU and extra-EU foreign policies of the twenty-eight member states.
The text has an innovative method of thematic organisation in which case study state profiles emerge via dominant foreign policy themes. The text examines the three main policy challenges currently faced by the twenty-eight member states:
This combination of clarity, thematic structure and empirical case studies make this an ideal textbook for all upper-level students of European foreign policy, comparative European politics and European studies.
Introduction: conceptualising the foreign policies of EU Member States - Amelia Hadfield, Ian Manners and Richard G. Whitman
Part I: Geographic Orientations / Geopolitics
Part II: Foreign Policy Dimensions
|Subject Categories||Politics and International Relations|
|Countries / Regions||Europe|