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The emergence of European Union Peacekeeping : Analysing institutions and interests of Member states

The emergence of European Union Peacekeeping : Analysing institutions and interests of Member states

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JÜRGENLIEMK, Hubertus, 2008. The emergence of European Union Peacekeeping : Analysing institutions and interests of Member states

@mastersthesis{Jurgenliemk2008emerg-4110, title={The emergence of European Union Peacekeeping : Analysing institutions and interests of Member states}, year={2008}, author={Jürgenliemk, Hubertus} }

A Liberal Intergovernmentalist view is taken to explain integration in the European Security and Defence Policy (ESDP). The ESDP initiated the development for the institutional framework and decision-making processes that mandated within five years of its existence 20 Civilian and Military Crisis Management operations European Peacekeeping missions .<br />Since its establishment the European Union has grown and developed continuously. Regular attempts have been undertaken to develop a European Security Policy, but it was not until the St. Malo Summit in 1998 that agreement for a European Security and Defence Policy was reached. Within the field of European Integration the development of a European Security and Defence Policy marks an important step of the European Union in becoming an international actor. The thesis scrutinizes from a Liberal Intergovernmentalist perspective how the integration in the field of security and defence policy can be explained. The key questions addressed here are: What caused integration in ESDP in 1998? Who were the key players in this process? What are the reasons for member states to integrate in ESDP? What were the crucial factors behind the sudden integration? What were drivers affecting the success in 1998 that was not possible before? Does the theoretical framework of Liberal Intergovernmentalism offer sufficient explanations for the complex processes at work?<br />The analysis focuses on Germany, France and the United Kingdom. Crucial factors for the development of a European Security and Defence Policy have been the military spending and budgetary constraints, the public support for a European Security and Defence Policy and the Public support for the use of Civilian versus Military Crisis Management. 2008 application/pdf Jürgenliemk, Hubertus The emergence of European Union Peacekeeping : Analysing institutions and interests of Member states eng deposit-license 2011-03-24T10:10:26Z Jürgenliemk, Hubertus 2011-03-24T10:10:26Z

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