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Has-Been, Wannabe, or Leader: Europe’s Role in the World After the 2003 European Security Strategy

Has-Been, Wannabe, or Leader: Europe’s Role in the World After the 2003 European Security Strategy In December 2003, the European Union presented its “security strategy”, endorsed by all member states, to provide guidance for Europe’s common foreign security and defense policy. In substance, this document is not an expression of a growing strategic rift between Europe and the United States. One of the purposes it serves, however, is defining Europe’s own, separate “identity”. It reflects the increasing awareness that Europeans need to employ their power more effectively in the service of international peace and security, as much as politically possible. Disagreements on key issues remain in Europe, however, and the practical implications of the security strategy still need to be worked out. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png European Security Taylor & Francis

Has-Been, Wannabe, or Leader: Europe’s Role in the World After the 2003 European Security Strategy

European Security , Volume 13 (4): 15 – Jan 1, 2004
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Taylor & Francis
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1746-1545
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0966-2839
DOI
10.1080/09662830490500008
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Abstract

In December 2003, the European Union presented its “security strategy”, endorsed by all member states, to provide guidance for Europe’s common foreign security and defense policy. In substance, this document is not an expression of a growing strategic rift between Europe and the United States. One of the purposes it serves, however, is defining Europe’s own, separate “identity”. It reflects the increasing awareness that Europeans need to employ their power more effectively in the service of international peace and security, as much as politically possible. Disagreements on key issues remain in Europe, however, and the practical implications of the security strategy still need to be worked out.

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European SecurityTaylor & Francis

Published: Jan 1, 2004

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