European Security Since the fall of the Berlin Wall
Ed. by Mérand, Frédéric / Foucault, Martial / Irondelle, Bastien
Series:European Union Studies
Aims and Scope
The essays in European Security Since the Fall of the Berlin Wall collectively take stock of how approaches to security in Europe have changed, both in practice and in theory, since the end of the Cold War.
- 336 pages
- UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO PRESS
- College/higher education;Professional and scholarly;
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'Right from its introduction, European Security since the Fall of the Berlin Wall will generate significant "going-in" interest for readers. Each essay contained in this collection represents an excellent piece of scholarship, and an accessible and vital contribution to thinking about contemporary international security problems.'
Markus Kaim, Head of the International Security Division, German Institute for International and Security Affairs:
'In a concise and intellectually engaging manner, European Security since the Fall of the Berlin Wall succeeds in illuminating real changes in European security, as well as consequent changes in academic thinking. Frédéric Mérand, Martial Foucault, and Bastien Irondelle clearly and precisely link the different theories and levels of analysis found throughout these essays to develop a convincing new research agenda for complex security phenomena. Readers will easily identify common themes and perspectives in this creative and appealing contribution to research.'