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  1. TitleThe Formulation of EU foreign policy : socialization, negotiations and disaggregation of the state / Nicola Chelotti
    Author Chelotti, Nicola (Author)
    IssueFirst published
    PublicationLondon ; New York : Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, 2016
    Scopexiii, 201 stran ; 24 cm
    CountryUnited Kingdom ; United States
    LanguageEnglish
    Edition Routledge/UACES contemporary European studies
    NoteObsahuje bibliografii a rejstřík
    Annotation"EU foreign and defence policy is largely formulated in the working parties and committees of the Council of the EU and the vast majority of decisions in this field are made by the national diplomats working in the around 35 groups of the CFSP/CSDP. Although the importance of these committees and their participants has been increasingly recognised, we still know relatively little about them. Using an original database of 138 questionnaires and 37 interviews, this book addresses this lack of knowledge, studying what these committees do and how they negotiate and resolve issues. It explores three key areas: the formulation of the national position; the identity of CFSP/CSDP policy-makers; negotiation practices and outputs. In doing so, it provides an innovative observation point from which EU foreign policy can be analysed. This book will be of key interest to scholars and students of EU foreign and defence policy, external relations of the EU, European integration and politics, diplomacy and more broadly international relations."--Cover
    Výrazy tezauru Evropská unie * Společná zahraniční a bezpečnostní politika * členský stát EU * zahraniční politika
    Klasifikační znaky1016 - Struktura Společenství
    0816 - Mezinárodní rovnováha
    ISBN978-1-138-83057-8
    Copy count1, currently available 1
    URLThe Formulation of EU foreign policy (náhled do publikace / Google Books)
    Document kindMonografie
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    The Formulation of EU foreign policy