|Title:||Toward a Whole-of-Europe Approach||Subtitle:||Organizing the European Unions and Member States Comprehensive Crisis Management||Authors:||Post, Svenja||Language:||en||Keywords:||Gemeinsame Sicherheits- und Verteidigungspolitik;Konfliktregelung;Friedenssicherung;Social Sciences||Issue Date:||2015||Publisher:||Springer VS||Document Type:||Book||Publisher Place:||Wiesbaden||Abstract:||
With her research, Svenja Post offers an in-depth analysis of the implementation of the Comprehensive Approach in international crisis management both on EU and on member state national level. The author demonstrates in detail which steps have been taken on conceptual and on structural level by the EU and its member states Great Britain, Germany and Sweden to organize and realize crisis management coherence. In addition to identifying challenges involved actors are confronted with, Svenja Post also points out a set of recommendations for future efforts to close the gap between aspiration and reality of comprehensive European crisis management. Contents Comprehensive Approach Crisis / Conflict Management European Union Member states (Germany, Sweden, UK) Europeanization Organization theory / public administration Target Groups Students, academics and researchers in the areas of International Relations, European Studies, Security Policy, Peace- and Conflict Studies Decision-makers, practitioners and multipliers in European crisis management institutions The Author Dr. rer. pol. Svenja Post holds a graduate degree in political science, law, and peace and conflict studies from the Philipps University in Marburg and earned her doctorate degree in Political Sciences/International relations from the Helmut Schmidt University of the Federal Armed Forces in Hamburg.
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