European Security beyond the Year 2000

European Security beyond the Year 2000

European Security beyond the Year 2000

European Security beyond the Year 2000

Synopsis

Preface Introduction: What Future for Europe? by Robert Rudney NATO Center Britain: Forcing Choices by Ken Booth Britain: Psychology of Decline by Christopher Coker France: Principle and Pragmatism by Nicole Gnesotto France: What Vital Interests? by Michel Makinsky Federal Republic of Germany: Defending the Status Quo? by Reimund Seidelmann Federal Republic of Germany: Searching for Alternatives by Hans Gunter Brauch The Netherlands: Hollanditis in Remission? by Jan Geert Siccama Belgium: Security Through Intimacy by Steven Dierckx NATO North Norway: Lingering Lagnaden by Baard Brednup Knudsen Denmark: Increasing Isolation? by Ib Faurby Iceland: Guarding the Gap by Gunnar Gunnarsson NATO South Spain: Problems of Integration by Antonio Sanches-Gigon Portugal: Post Imperial Options by Alvaro Vasconcelos Italy: Mediterranean or European? by Virgilio Ilari Greece: Between Turks and Slaves by Thanos Veremis Turkey: Uneasy Borders by Ersin Onulduran She Neutrals Finland: No Enemies by Unto Vesa Sweden: Total Security by Bo Huldt Switzerland: Reinforcing General Defense by Daniel Frei Austria: The Activist Imperative Ireland: Looking North by Patrick Keatinge Conclusion: Transforming Western European Security by Luch Reychler Index About the Editors and Contributors
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