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The promise and reality of European security co-operation. States, interests, and institutions:
This book looks at the question of European security co-operation and the developing European order in an attempt to assess the challenges of rebuilding European security institutions in the context of the changing European security environment in the 1990s. A range of writers address the balance between sovereign state interests and institutional influence in defining and meeting the challenges of European security co-operation. Individual chapters look at the question from the perspective of various national players: the USA, Russia, Germany and France. Subsequent chapters look at institutions of European security: the construction of the European Pillar; the OSCE; Multilateral security regimes: the politics of CFE and CSBMs; and the Balkan conflict: the test case for European security co-operation.
McKenzie, Mary M./ Loedel, Peter H. (eds)
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