Security and Identity in Europe: Exploring the New Agenda


Aggestam, L. and Hyde-Price, A., eds., 2000. Security and Identity in Europe: Exploring the New Agenda. Macmillian.

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Investigates the relationship between security and identity in modern Europe, covering key issues including NATO enlargement, war in the Balkans, EU integration, Russia's future, and developments around Europe's periphery in Central Asia and the Maghreb. Contributors take a range of approaches, from traditional realism and geopolitics to constructivist and postmodern interpretations


Item Type Book/s
EditorsAggestam, L.and Hyde-Price, A.
DepartmentsFaculty of Humanities & Social Sciences > Politics Languages and International Studies
ID Code21893


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