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Author Duke, Simon.

Title The new European security disorder / Simon Duke
Published Basingstoke, Hampshire : M [that is, Macmillan], in association with St. Antony's College, Oxford ; New York : St. Martin's Press, 1994


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Description xvii, 448 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Contents Pt. I. Assessing Europe's Security Concerns. 1. The Nature of Post-Cold War Security. 2. European Security Challenges in the Post-Cold War World -- Pt. II. Leadership Issues in Post-Cold War European Security. 3. European Leadership: A Ship without a Rudder. 4. Germany, Security and the Post-Cold War World. 5. The US Role in Europe's Security -- Pt. III. The New European Security Disorder. 6. The 'New Security Architecture'. 7. Euro-Confusion. 8. Pan-European Options: The Conference on Security and Cooperation in Europe. 9. The Transatlantic Option -- Pt. IV. Pan-European Security? 10. Democracy without Security. 11. Lessons for European Security from the Yugoslav Conflict -- 12. Conclusions
Summary The New European Security Disorder is a comprehensive assessment of Europe's post-Cold War security threats, the roles of the main actors and institutions. Many challenges to Europe's security are non-military and have not been seriously addressed by Western Europe or its US ally. The institutional responses to Europe's post-Cold War security challenges from NATO, WEU, CSCE and the EC have been confused, duplicatory or non-existent. This book argues for the need for coherent collective leadership at the European level, the gradual phasing out of NATO, and the creation of a pan-European security structure
Analysis Europe
Military relations
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 433-439) and index
Subject National security -- Europe.
Europe -- Defenses.
Europe -- Politics and government -- 1989-
LC no. 94021686
ISBN 031212371X