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European Foreign Policy Making Toward the Mediterraneanby Federica Bicchi
Synopses & Reviews
A comprehensive and theoretically informed examination of European foreign policy making towards the Mediterranean, from 1957 to nowadays. The book focuses on the reasons and the patterns of Europeans' actions, with a special emphasis on the early 1970s and on current times. It analyses how interest in Europe for the Mediterranean has generally arisen out of a shared sense of puzzlement in front of challenges, such as terrorism or migration, originating from the Southern neighbours. The book casts new light on the role of member states as policy entrepreneurs in European integration, and explains European foreign policy as a way to collectively reconstruct a new understanding of Euro-Mediterranean relations.
About the Author
Federica Bicchi is Lecturer in International Relations of Europe at the Department of International Relations, London School of Economics and Political Science. She previously was Post-Doc Fellow at the Centre for the Analysis of Political Change (CIRCAP), University of Siena, Italy.
Table of Contents
Introduction * European Foreign Policy Making in Search of a Theory * The Euro-Mediterranean Relations from 1957 to 1972: When no European Foreign Policy Existed * Inventing the Mediterranean: From the Global Mediterranean Policy to the Euro-Arab Dialogue * The New Post-Cold War Activism
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