A Global Security Triangle: European, African and Asian Interaction

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  • Edition: 1st
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 2009-10-30
  • Publisher: Routledge

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The EU has developed various strategies towards Africa and the Asian regions and this book provides both conceptual and empirical arguments to offer an innovative perspective on the EU as a global actor.

Table of Contents

List of illustrationsp. x
Contributorsp. xii
Acknowledgementsp. xvi
List of abbreviationsp. xvii
Introduction: global actors competing or co-operating?p. 1
General frameworkp. 13
The EU's promotion of regional integration: norms, actorness and geopolitical realitiesp. 15
EU threat perceptions and governancep. 36
The European international identity considered from outside: European, African and Asian interactionp. 56
Africap. 75
African regional integration and the role of the European Unionp. 77
European military intervention in Congop. 93
The migration policy of the European Union, with special focus on Africap. 106
EU-African economic relations: continuing dominance, traded for aid?p. 122
The European Union and its Africa strategy: case study Ethiopiap. 137
Asiap. 153
Regional integration: comparing European and Asian transformationsp. 155
European energy security: Central Asia and the Caspian regionp. 171
The role of the European Union in fighting nuclear proliferation in the greater Middle East: the case of Iranp. 186
India and the European Unionp. 201
Civility meets realism: the prospects of a strategic partnership between the European Union and Chinap. 215
The European Union as an important (low-profile) actor in the Israeli-Palestinian conflictp. 229
Conclusion: from a global security triangle to a normative international society?p. 242
Indexp. 246
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