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The Future of European Political Cooperation : Essays on Theory and Practice - Martin Holland

The Future of European Political Cooperation

Essays on Theory and Practice

By: Martin Holland (Editor)

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Published: 25th November 1991
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This collected volume of essays focuses on two complementary themes - firstly, the theoretical approaches to the study of European political cooperation (EPC) and secondly, the empirical analysis of EPC activity. The volume does not argue one particular approach to the study of EPC, but rather presents competing and often conflicting theoretical perspectives. At the empirical level, a future research agenda is suggested and it is argued that EPC research should become comparative in nature. Chapter one considers EPC from a Realist paradigm; chapter two develops this theme by placing EPC within the context of bipolarity; while a world system approach to EPC is argued for in chapter three. In chapter four the author applies his earlier work on federalism to the analysis of EPC. Chapter five considers the impact or "presence" of the Community in international relations, while chapters six to nine are more empirical in nature. In the last chapter, the author analyzes the instruments available to EPC, in particular, that of sanctions.

Acknowledgements - Notes on the Contributors - Introduction: EPC Theory and Empiricismm; M.Holland & A.E.Pijpers - European Political Cooperation and the Realist Paradigm; A.E.Pijpers - The EC, EPC and the Decline of Bipolarity; P.Tsakaloyannis - European Political Cooperation: a World System Perspective; S.George - Analysing EPC: the Case for a Two-Tier Analysis; S.Bulmer - Western Europe's Presence in the International Arena; D.Allen & M.Smith - EPC and the Single Act: from Soft law to Hard law; R.Dehousse & J.H.H.Weiler - EPC After the Single Act: Towards a European Foreign Policy via Treaty Obligations; W.Wessels - The Twelve's Dialogue with Third Countries: Progress Towards a 'Communaut d'action'?; E.Regelsberger - Sanctions as an EPC Instrument; M.Holland - Index

ISBN: 9780333524114
ISBN-10: 033352411X
Audience: Professional
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 209
Published: 25th November 1991
Publisher: SPRINGER VERLAG GMBH
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 21.59 x 13.97  x 1.6
Weight (kg): 0.43
Edition Number: 1