Transatlantic cooperation in conflict management

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Series Details JMWP no. 57, December 2004
Publication Date December 2004
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Despite remarkable policy disagreements between the US and the EU, a quantitive analysis of transatlantic cooperation in the field of conflict management shows the existence of a a growing cooperative habit between the two actors. Indeed changes in security culture and, more specifically, in conflict management have led to the creation of a transatlantic cooperative nucleus capable of promoting a wide socialisation process and a favourable environment for multilateral intervention to occur. In particular, the contemporary transition of the organization of the international political system, seems to be the viable environment where the US's and the EU's apparently opposing visions of international security not only coexist but also produce cooperation.

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