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Family Sexual Abuse: Frontline Research and Evaluation

by Patton M SAGE Publications, Inc
Pub Date:
04/1991
ISBN:
9781452252902
Format:
Ebk 256 pages
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During the last two decades the study of European foreign policy has experienced remarkable growth, presumably reflecting a more significant international role of the European Union. The Union has significantly expanded its policy portfolio and though empty symbolic politics still exists, the Union and rsquo;s international relations have become more substantial and its foreign policy more focused. European foreign policy has become a dynamic policy area, being adapted to changing challenges and environments, such as the Arab Spring, new emerging economies/powers; the crisis of multilateralism and much more.
The SAGE Handbook of European Foreign Policy, Two-Volume set, is a major reference work for Foreign Policy Programmes around the world. The Handbook is designed to be accessible to graduate and postgraduate students in a wide variety of disciplines across the humanities and social sciences. Both volumes are structured to address areas of critical concern to scholars at the cutting edge of all major dimensions of foreign policy.
The volumes are composed of original chapters written specifically to the following themes:
and middot; Research traditions and historical experience
and middot; Theoretical perspectives
and middot; EU actors
and middot; State actors
and middot; Societal actors
and middot; The politics of European foreign policy
and middot; Bilateral relations
and middot; Relations with multilateral institutions
and middot; Individual policies
and middot; Transnational challenges
The Handbook will be an essential reference for both advanced students and scholars.

Part I: Research Traditions
Introduction: Research Traditions - Knud Erik Jørgensen
Chapter 2: The Study of European Foreign Policy: Trends and Advances - Knud Erik Jørgensen
Chapter 3: The Analysis of Foreign Policy in its Historical Context - Walter Carlsnaes
Chapter 4: The Geopolitics of European External Relations - Virginie Mamadouh
Part II: Theoretical Perspectives
Introduction: Theorizing European Foreign Policy - Knud Erik Jørgensen
Chapter 6: Liberal International Relations Theory and European Union Foreign Policy - Derek Beach
Chapter 7: Realism and European Foreign Policy: Capacities, Shortcomings, Findings - Alexander Reichwein
Chapter 8: Critical Approaches to European Foreign Policy - Åsne Kalland Aarstad
Chapter 9: Social Constructivist and Discursive Approaches to European Foreign Policy - Senem Aydin-Düzgit
Chapter 10: Bureaucratic Politics, New Institutionalism and Principal-Agent Models - Tom Delreux
Chapter 11: Theories of European Integration - Julian Bergmann and Arne Niemann
Chapter 12: Europeanization - Ben Tonra
Chapter 13: Normative Theory: An Untapped Resource in the Study of European Foreign Policy - Helene Sjursen
Part III: European Union Actors
Introduction: European Union Actors - Edith Drieskens
Chapter 15: Presidencies: The Tale of Two and a Half Presidencies - Simon Duke
Chapter 16: The European External Action Service - Ana E. Juncos and Karolina Pomorska
Chapter 17: The Governance of European Defence - Per M. Norheim Martinsen
Chapter 18: European Security Intelligence - Anthony Glees
Chapter 19: Directorate-General for Trade of the European Commission - Dirk De Bièvre
Chapter 20: The European Parliament and European Foreign Policy - Steven Van Hecke and Wouter Wolfs
Chapter 21: The Legal Dimension of European Foreign Policy - Ramses A. Wessel
Part IV: State Actors
Introduction: State Actors - Edith Drieskens
Chapter 23: Ministries of Foreign Affairs - Brian Hocking
Chapter 24: European Council - Peter Debaere and Tim Haesebrouck
Chapter 25: National Parliaments - Wolfgang Wagner
Chapter 26: Line Ministries - Mads Dagnis Jensen and Peter Nedergaard
Part V: Societal Actors
Introduction: Societal Actors in European Foreign Policy - Åsne Kalland Aarstad
Chapter 28: Public Opinion - Pierangelo Isernia and Francesco Olmastroni
Chapter 29: News Media as Actors in European Foreign Policy Making - Paul Gillespie
Chapter 30: Political Parties and Interest Groups - Bart Kerremans and Yf Reykers
Chapter 31: Think Tanks and European Foreign Policy: Transnational Politics of Expertise - Johan Eriksson
Chapter 32: Europe's Public Intellectuals - Cornelia Navari
Part VI: The Politics of European Foreign Policy
Introduction: The Politics of European Foreign Policy - Åsne Kalland Aarstad
Chapter 34: Policy Paradigms - Theofanis Exadaktylos
Chapter 35: Liberal Internationalism - Knud Erik Jørgensen
Chapter 36: Commercial Internationalism - Otto Holman
Chapter 37: The Counter Forces of European Integration: Populism, Nationalism and EU Foreign Policy - Bertjan Verbeek and Andrej Zaslove
Chapter 38: The Politics of Coercion: Assessing the EU's Use of Military and Economic Instruments - Clara Portela and Chiara Ruffa
Part VII: Bilateral Relations
Introduction: The EU's Bilateral Relations - Katie Laatikainen
Chapter 40: The European Union and the United States - Michael H. Smith
Chapter 41: EU-Japan Relations - Ken Masujima
Chapter 42: European Foreign Policy towards Russia: Challenges, Lessons and Future Avenues for Research - Anke Schmidt Felzmann
Chapter 43: The EU's Bilateral Relations with China - Sebastian Bersick
Chapter 44: EU-India Relations: Debates and Dynamics - Shazia Aziz Wülbers
Chapter 45: EU-Brazil Relations as a Developing Field of Study: State of the Art and Perspectives on Future Research - Laura Cristina Ferreira-Pereira
Chapter 46: EU-Israel Relations: Expanding the Research Agenda - Bruno Oliveira Martins
Chapter 47: EU External Perceptions: From Innovation to an Established Field of Study - Natalia Chaban and Martin Holland
Part VIII: Relations with Multilateral Institutions and Regions
Introduction: Relations with Multilateral Institutions and Regions - Katie Laatikainen
Chapter 49: The EU and the United Nations - Katie Laatikainen
Chapter 50: The European Union's Relations with Multilateral Institutions (WTO, ILO, OECD, IMF, WB) - Jan Orbie, Bregt Saenen,Joren Verschaeve and Ferdi De Ville
Chapter 51: The European Union's Relationship with NATO and the OSCE - Niels van Willigen and Joachim Koops
Chapter 52: Interregionalism - Philippe De Lombaerde, Fredrik Söderbaum and Jens-Uwe Wunderlich
Chapter 53: EU Foreign Policy and the Middle East - Paola Rivetti and Francesco Cavatorta
Chapter 54: Europe-Africa Relations over Time: History, Geo-Poltics and New Political Challenges - Mary Farrell
Part IX: Policies
Introduction: Policies - Ben Tonra
Chapter 56: Security Issues in Foreign Policy - Benjamin Kienzle, Bruno Oliveira Martins and Antonie Vandemoortele
Chapter 57: The European Union and Human Rights Promotion - Robert Kissack
Chapter 58: Trade - Alasdair Young and John Peterson
Chapter 59: Enlargement - Elisabeth Johansson-Nogués
Chapter 60: The European Neighbourhood: Between European Integration and International Relations - Federica Bicchi and Sandra Lavenex
Chapter 61: European Foreign Policy on the Environment and Climate Change - Lisanne Groen
Chapter 62: Development and Foreign Aid - Maurizio Carbone
Chapter 63: European External Energy Policy: Governance, Diplomacy and Sustainability - Anna Herranz-Surrallés
Chapter 64: The European Union Defence Debate: What Kind of Power Is It? - Stephanie B. Anderson
Part X: Transnational Challenges
Introduction: Transnational Challenges - Ben Tonra
Chapter 66: Dynamics of the European Union Non-Proliferation Discourse in Global Context - Egle Murauskaite
Chapter 67: The Balance of Power - Dirk Peters
Chapter 68: Terrorism, Civil Wars and Uprisings - Élise M. Féron
Chapter 69: Global Markets - Jonathon W. Moses
Chapter 70: Environmental Challenges - Conor Little and Diarmuid Torney
Chapter 71: The Multilateral System - Edith Drieskens and Laura Van Dievel

An ambitious and comprehensive tour de table of the essential topics in EU foreign policy by leading European scholars. The Handbook reflects the importance of understanding the full range of EU foreign policy at a time of uncertainty in the direction of European political integration. It is destined to take a prominent place on the bookshelves of libraries, research institutes, and academic departments across the world. Roy H. Ginsberg