European Security, Terrorism and Intelligence

Tackling New Security Challenges in Europe
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ISBN-13:
9781137314734
Einband:
eBook
Seiten:
247
Autor:
C. Kaunert
Serie:
Palgrave Studies in European Union Politics
eBook Typ:
PDF
eBook Format:
eBook
Kopierschutz:
Adobe DRM [Hard-DRM]
Sprache:
Englisch
Beschreibung:

The EU has long been seen as confederation that has failed to assert itself effectively on the international stage. In this collection, a series of experts discuss how the EU has shed its reputation as a weak international actor in light of its policies on police cooperation and intelligence-sharing as part of the global effort to combat terrorism
Introduction 1. Beyond EU Counter-terrorism Cooperation: European Security, Terrorism and Intelligence; Sarah Léonard and Christian Kaunert PART I: THE EUROPEAN UNION AS A SECURITY ACTOR 2. The European Union and International Security: Developing a Comprehensive Approach; Kamil Zwolski 3. The European Union as a Comprehensive Police Actor; Stephen Rozée PART II: COUNTER-TERRORISM AND POLICING IN EUROPE 4. Europol's Counter-terrorism Role: a Chicken-egg Dilemma; Oldrich Bures 5. Guarding EU-wide Counter-terrorism Policing: the Struggle for Sound Parliamentary Scrutiny of Europol; Claudia Hillebrand PART III: COUNTER-TERRORISM AND INTELLIGENCE IN EUROPE 6. Information-sharing and the EU Counter-terrorism Policy: A 'Securitization Tool' Approach; Thierry Balzacq and Sarah Léonard 7. Availability by Stealth? EU Information Sharing in Transatlantic Perspective; John D. Occhipinti 8. On 'a Continuum with Expansion?' Intelligence Cooperation in Europe in the Early 21st Century; Adam D.M. Svendsen 9. Security Partnerships, Intelligence and the Recasting of the UK Monopoly of Violence in the 21st Century; Carlos Ortiz Conclusion 10. European Security, Terrorism, and Intelligence: Assessing the Path of Development; Alex MacKenzie and Kamil Zwolski
The EU has long been seen as confederation that has failed to assert itself effectively on the international stage. In this collection, a series of experts discuss how the EU has shed its reputation as a weak international actor in light of its policies on police cooperation and intelligence-sharing as part of the global effort to combat terrorism

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