3 edition of Europe"s New Security Challenges found in the catalog.
by Lynne Rienner Pub
Written in English
|Contributions||Heinz Gartner (Editor), Adrian Hyde-Price (Editor), Erich Reiter (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||470|
“The list of threats from a European context are all coming together,” said Robin Niblett, referring to challenges involving Russia, the Middle East, refugees, immigration, Brexit, terrorist attacks and a United States president-elect who has called the NATO alliance “obsolete”. 2 Social security: Issues, challenges and prospects social dialogue; and implications for future ILO work.2 In this report a chapter is de-voted to each of these topics. The report begins by looking at the global context in which social security schemes are now operating and the relevance of social security to the goal of decent work.
The post-cold war security landscape is changing almost daily. Gone is the monolithic threat from a communist bloc led by the Soviet Union. In its place are scores of new concerns: the challenge. A New Approach to Conventional Arms Control in Europe: Addressing the Security Challenges of the 21st Century (Book) Book Details. ISBN. Title. A New Approach to Conventional Arms Control in Europe: Addressing the Security Challenges of the 21st Century. Author. Charap, Samuel & Lynch, Alice & Drennan, John J. & Massicot, Dara.
Beyond NATO A New Security Architecture for Eastern Europe Mike O’Hanlon’s book addresses one of the most consequential security issues of our day—the increasing hostility between the. The European Journal of International Security (EJIS) publishes theoretical, methodological and empirical papers at the cutting-edge of security research. Welcoming high quality research from around the world, EJIS covers all areas of international security, including: conflict and peacebuilding; strategy and warfare; environmental and food security; economic and energy security; human and.
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The EU's expanding role in the internal security domain has a national, a European and a global dimension. This book manages to convincingly analyse and inter-relate all three of these dimensions. It also provides a multi-faceted lucid assessment of intelligence-sharing as a fundamental challenge, and this well beyond counterterrorism cooperation.
A must-read for anyone interested in European and global internal security Format: Hardcover. The challenge of collective action: security management in European and regional contexts / Kari Möttölä --Arms control as a spatial practice: challenges in the Baltic Region / Pertti Joenniemi --New global politics: reflections on the return of geopolitics to Central Asia and its effect on European security / Erich Reiter --Peace.
“A comprehensive and cogent assessment. It has the great merit, without minimising the troubling global and domestic issues that need to be addressed, of focussing our attention on the successful development of Europe as a ‘security community’ and just how much, in terms of their security and well-being, the end of the Cold War has turned out to be a Good Thing for most Europeans most of Cited by: The EU's expanding role in the internal security domain has a national, a European and a global dimension.
This book manages to convincingly analyse and inter-relate all three of these dimensions. It also provides a multi-faceted lucid assessment of intelligence-sharing as a fundamental challenge, Europes New Security Challenges book this well beyond counterterrorism cooperation.
It has committed itself to pursuing an energy security policy based on market interdependence, European unity and long-term governance improvements in producer states. In offering the first broad, global assessment of the foreign policy dimensions of EU energy security, this book considers how far these commitments have been by: The book provides a detailed analysis of the Russian information warfare and its tools of the trade used in various European and Eastern European countries and regions – Central Europe, the Baltic states, Nordic countries, Ukraine and Georgia.
Each. The European Union Institute for Security Studies (EUISS) is the Union’s agency dealing with the analysis of foreign, security and defence policy issues. Its core mission is to assist the EU and its member states in the implementation of the Common Foreign and Security Policy (CFSP), including the Common Security and Defence Policy (CSDP) as well as other external action of the Union.
New Security Challenges Christou, G. (Ed) The last decade has demonstrated that threats to security vary greatly in their causes and manifestations and that they invite interest and demand responses from the social sciences, civil society, and a very broad policy community.
New security challenges and EU responses 17 September The conference focused on whether the old distinction between ‘hard’ and ‘soft’ security challenges are still applicable and on the extent to which the ‘global challenges’ listed in the EU Security Strategy have a specifically European.
Europe's future security challenges The growing trend of Europeans fighting abroad in groups affiliated with terrorism, the diversification of international organised crime, and the increased risk of large-scale cyber-attacks.
The European Agenda on Security sets out how the Union can bring added value to support the Member States in ensuring security. The European Agenda on Security implements the Political Guidelines of European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker in the area of security and replaces the previous Internal Security Strategy ().
This volume analyzes the Nordic and Baltic states' relationship with the European Security and Defence Policy (ESDP). Clive Archer presents a general background to the European Union's ESDP, the strategic situation of Northern Europe, the main security and defence policy issues faced by the states there, as well as outlining the main theoretical considerations concerning security.
book review Europeanisation and the transformation of EU security policy: post-cold war developments in the common security and defence policy by Petros Violakis, Abingdon, Oxon, Routledge Studies in European Security and Strategy, Routledge,pp. Engaging that discussion, this collection explores the new security challenges facing Europe.
The authors assess the relevance and usefulness of various actors and various approaches for tackling those security challenges. New Security Challenges. Book Series There has been, therefore, a significant shift in emphasis away from traditional approaches to security to a new agenda that talks of the softer side of security, in terms of human security, economic security, and environmental security.
The topical New Security Challenges series reflects this pressing. I - Security Threats, Challenges, I - Security Threats, Challenges, Vulnerability and Risks - Hans Günter Brauch, new security challenges and risks, partly with references to the high degree of vulnerability of modern societies to attacks by non-state terrorist actors.
This book provides a comprehensive coverage of crucial issues concerning EU co-operation and European security. At present, Europe is confronted with a number of serious common and global challenges, the most important being the economic crisis, migration issues, geopolitical tensions at its external borders, terrorism, climate change and environmental challenges.
The system isn’t perfect, but there have been big improvements and an investment of $ billion in homeland security.
Europe is undoubtedly more. This volume brings together scholars with decades of expertise on the alliance while presenting a refreshing new range of emerging voices on transatlantic and European security issues. This book both offers an explanation of what NATO has done well, as well as provides an honest appraisal of the serious challenges confronting the institution.
European respondents seem particularly nervous, showing more concern about these issues than respondents in the global sample. Of the newer technologies charted here, understanding of blockchain security challenges is probably most nascent – there is a long way to go before this is a reliable, secure enabling technology for enterprises globally.
The European Union is strengthening its cybersecurity rules in order to tackle the increasing threat posed by cyber-attacks as well as to take advantage of the opportunities of the new digital age. On 9 Aprilthe Council adopted a regulation called the Cybersecurity Act which introduces.Get this from a library!
Security in the new Europe. [Andrew Cottey] -- Following the end of its Cold War division, Europe's traditional security problem of war between European states is being displaced by a new set of challenges with which peoples, governments, and.Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books.