OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS

The EU Common Security and Defence Policy

ISBN : 9780199692729

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¥18,260
Author: 
Panos Koutrakos
Pages
368 Pages
Format
Hardcover
Size
162 x 241 mm
Pub date
Mar 2013
Series
Oxford European Union Law Library Series
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Presenting the first analytical overview of the legal foundations of the EU's Common Security and Defence Policy (CSDP), this book provides a detailed examination of the law and practice of the EU's security policy. The European Union's security and defence policy has long been the focus of political scientists and international relations experts. However, it has more recently become of increasing relevance to lawyers too. Since the early 2000s, the EU has carried out more than two dozen security and defence missions in Europe, Africa, and Asia. The EU institutions are keen to stress the security dimension of other external policies also, such as development cooperation, and the Lisbon Treaty introduces a more detailed set of rules and procedures which govern the CSDP. This book provides a legal analysis of the Union's CSDP by examining the nexus of its substantive, institutional, and economic dimensions. Taking as its starting point the historical development of security and defence in the context of European integration, it outlines the legal framework created by the rules and procedures introduced by the Treaty of Lisbon. It examines the military operations and civilian missions undertaken by the Union, and looks at the policy context within which they are carried out. It analyses the international agreements concluded in this field and explores the links between the CSDP and other external policies of the Union.

Index: 

Introduction
1. The Origins and Evolution of CSDP
2. The Common Security and Defence Policy within the Framework of Common Foreign and Security Policy
3. The Substantive and Institutional Framework of Common Security and Defence Policy
4. The Policy Context of CSDP
5. CSDP Military Missions
6. CSDP Civilian Missions
7. International Agreements
8. Interactions Between CSDP and Other Strands of External Action
9. Practical and Economic Underpinnings of CSDP
10. Conclusions

About the author: 

Panos Koutrakos is a Professor of European Union Law at City Law School. A joint editor of the European Law Review, he is the author or editor of several books including EU International Relations Law and European Foreign Policy: Legal and Political Perspectives.

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