Published January 15, 2008
by Berghahn Books .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||216|
"Tom Dyson provides a well-researched overview of the German military in the post Cold War era The analysis allows the reader not only to follow the evolution of German security and defense policy more broadly from after the Wende through the Schröder administration, but it also permits a rare look into internal party politics in this : Book Overview The post-Cold War era has witnessed a dramatic transformation in the German political consensus about the legitimacy of the use of force. However, in comparison with its EU and NATO partners, Germany has been reticent to transform its military to meet the challenges of the contemporary security by: 8. The politics of German defence and security: policy leadership and military reform in the post-Cold War era. [Tom Dyson] -- This study argues that 'strategic culture' provides only a partial explanation of of German military reform after the Cold War era. It demonstrates how . This book focuses on change and continuity in both countries' defence policies and where convergence and divergence has occurred. This has important implications for the EU's Germany, Poland and the Common Security and Defence Policy - Converging Security and Defence Perspectives in an Enlarged EU | L. Chappell | Palgrave Macmillan.
A comparative analysis of an old and new EU Member State's perceptions of and contributions to EU security and defence. This book focuses on change and continuity in both countries' defence policies and where convergence and divergence has occurred. This has important implications for the EU's effectiveness as an international security actor. DOI/oso/ Bilateral Franco-German cooperation in security and defence is characterized by a paradox. On the one hand, France and Germany are closely connected institutionally, and consult across all key areas of foreign policy, security, and defence in highly regularized ways. In this context, the book analyzes several aspects of EU security and defense, including: the EU – NATO relationship, common defense policy and strategy, common capability building, common understanding of strategic changes, common operational planning and centrally synchronized exercises based on operational planning, etc. The Federal Government will take new political initiatives to strengthen and deepen the common foreign and security policy.” The coalition agreement on Common Security and Defence Policy (CSDP), signed in November , could be the blueprint for any future coalition governing Germany from October/November onwards.
common EU defence and security policy (see chart 3). Amongst EU members, public support for European defence integration is only stronger in the three Baltic countries. This clear result appears to confirm that the first pillar of German defence and security politics as a European matter is well-anchored in the population. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: 1 online resource ( pages) Contents: Foreword; Preface; German defence politics --an introduction; Part I The foundations of German defence German security policy; The making of Germany's security and defence policy --actors, responsibilities, procedures, and requirements; German defence and military policy in the UN, . Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library. The author’s website describes the biography as “a true portrait of the mind, the life, and the military and above all political genius of a fundamentally constructive ruler.” ,