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The Resource Fear and uncertainty in Europe : the return to realism?, Roberto Belloni, Vincent Della Sala, Paul Viotti, editors

Fear and uncertainty in Europe : the return to realism?, Roberto Belloni, Vincent Della Sala, Paul Viotti, editors

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Fear and uncertainty in Europe : the return to realism?
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Fear and uncertainty in Europe
Title remainder
the return to realism?
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Roberto Belloni, Vincent Della Sala, Paul Viotti, editors
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eng
Summary
Russia’s intervention in the Ukraine, Donald Trump’s presidency and instability in the Middle East are just a few of the factors that have brought an end to the immediate post-Cold War belief that a new international order was emerging: one where fear and uncertainty gave way to a thick normative and institutional architecture that diminished the importance of material power. This has raised questions about the instruments we use to understand order in Europe and in international relations. The chapters in this book aim to assess whether foreign policy actors in Europe understand the international system and behave as realists. They ask what drives their behaviour, how they construct material capabilities and to what extent they see material power as the means to ensure survival. They contribute to a critical assessment of realism as a way to understand both Europe’s current predicament and the contemporary international system. Roberto Belloni is professor of political science at the University of Trento, Italy. Vincent Della Sala is associate professor of political science at the University of Trento, Italy. Paul Viotti is professor at the University of Denver's Korbel School of International Studies and Executive Director of the Institute on Globalization and Security, USA.--
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909.83
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  • bibliography
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  • Belloni, Roberto,
  • Della Sala, Vincent,
  • Viotti, Paul R.,
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Global issues
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  • Europe
  • Europe
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Fear and uncertainty in Europe : the return to realism?, Roberto Belloni, Vincent Della Sala, Paul Viotti, editors
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Includes bibliographical references and index
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Contents
Introduction- Roberto Belloni and Vincent Della Sala. Fear and Uncertainty in Europe -- Chapter 1 – Jack Donnelly. What Do We Mean By Realism? And How – And What – Does Realism Explain? -- Chapter 2 -- Paul R. Viotti. Nationalism vs. Internationalism: Fears, Uncertainties and Geopolitics in Europe -- Chapter 3 -- Paul van Hooft and Annette Freyberg-Inan. Europe may be done with power, but power is not done with Europe: Europe during an era of American unipolarity and of relative decline -- Chapter 4 -- Alex Reichwein -- Germany’s growing power in EUrope: From multilateral collectivism towards re-nationalization and destabilization? -- Chapter 5 -- Benedikt Erforth. When Power Meets Perception: France’s Fight Against Terrorism in the Sahara-Sahel -- Chapter 6 -- Fabrizio Coticchia. Unheard Voices: International Relations Theory and Italian Defence Policy -- Chapter 7 – Natalia Morozova. From Ontological Insecurity To Counter-Hegemony: Russia’s Post-Soviet Engagement With Geopolitics And Eurasianism -- Chapter 8 -- Özgür Özdamar and Balkan Devlen. Man vs. the System: Turkish Foreign Policy after the Arab Uprisings -- Chapter 9 -- Pauline Schnapper. British Foreign Policy in the Context of Brexit: Realism or Irrationality? -- Chapter 10 -- Sten Rynning. As NATO Looks East, Will It Stumble in the South? The Case of Protection of Civilians Policy -- Chapter 11 -- Vincent Della Sala and Roberto Belloni. Realism in the EU: Can a Trans-national Actor be Strategic? -- Chapter 12 -- Catherine Gegout. Realism, Neocolonialism and European Military Intervention in Africa
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9783319919652
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(OCoLC)1047729300
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Fear and uncertainty in Europe : the return to realism?, Roberto Belloni, Vincent Della Sala, Paul Viotti, editors
Publication
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Color
multicolored
Contents
Introduction- Roberto Belloni and Vincent Della Sala. Fear and Uncertainty in Europe -- Chapter 1 – Jack Donnelly. What Do We Mean By Realism? And How – And What – Does Realism Explain? -- Chapter 2 -- Paul R. Viotti. Nationalism vs. Internationalism: Fears, Uncertainties and Geopolitics in Europe -- Chapter 3 -- Paul van Hooft and Annette Freyberg-Inan. Europe may be done with power, but power is not done with Europe: Europe during an era of American unipolarity and of relative decline -- Chapter 4 -- Alex Reichwein -- Germany’s growing power in EUrope: From multilateral collectivism towards re-nationalization and destabilization? -- Chapter 5 -- Benedikt Erforth. When Power Meets Perception: France’s Fight Against Terrorism in the Sahara-Sahel -- Chapter 6 -- Fabrizio Coticchia. Unheard Voices: International Relations Theory and Italian Defence Policy -- Chapter 7 – Natalia Morozova. From Ontological Insecurity To Counter-Hegemony: Russia’s Post-Soviet Engagement With Geopolitics And Eurasianism -- Chapter 8 -- Özgür Özdamar and Balkan Devlen. Man vs. the System: Turkish Foreign Policy after the Arab Uprisings -- Chapter 9 -- Pauline Schnapper. British Foreign Policy in the Context of Brexit: Realism or Irrationality? -- Chapter 10 -- Sten Rynning. As NATO Looks East, Will It Stumble in the South? The Case of Protection of Civilians Policy -- Chapter 11 -- Vincent Della Sala and Roberto Belloni. Realism in the EU: Can a Trans-national Actor be Strategic? -- Chapter 12 -- Catherine Gegout. Realism, Neocolonialism and European Military Intervention in Africa
Control code
on1047729300
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource
File format
unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9783319919652
Level of compression
unknown
Note
SpringerLink
Quality assurance targets
not applicable
Reformatting quality
unknown
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)1047729300

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