Charting Transformation through Security: Contemporary by T. Haastrup

By T. Haastrup

This e-book analyses safety cooperation within the area of inter-regionalism, addressing the emergence of the African Union as a neighborhood actor and its impression on EU-Africa family. It explores the transformative power of protection cooperation for equality, partnership and native possession in EU-Africa relatives.

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As if others mattered Understanding the external relations of the EU is a merger of the conceptual and the empirical. Often, assessments of EU external relations begin with integration theories or assumptions related to the internal constitution of the EU. These integration theories explain how the Evaluating a Contemporary Institution 33 internal procedures of the EU determine its different policies, including foreign or external relations policies. Two EU integration theories often proffered within the context of the EU’s international relations are neo-functionalism and liberal inter-governmentalism.

Separate African, Caribbean and Pacific agreements. By 1997 the European Commission issued a communication highlighting the nexus or link between security and development especially in its external relations. Further, EU member states had reached a common position that designated security as a necessary area of cooperation between themselves (Olsen, 2001). This nexus has been recently reinforced in the 2011 Sahel strategy. As Youngs (2008) notes, however, this linkage is hardly remarkable and is indeed obvious (p.

It underscores the important elements and key arguments of the book, suggesting other important dynamics for further exploration in determining the progress towards transformation in EU–Africa relations, security in Africa and EU security policies. 2 Evaluating a Contemporary Institution: EU–Africa Relations Introduction The contemporary understanding of EU–Africa relations relies on the merging of new conceptual paradigms, including regionalism and New Institutionalism. This is particularly true of new security cooperation.

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