The External Dimension of Justice and Home Affairs
A Different Security Agenda for the European Union?
Edited by Sarah Wolff, Nicole Wichmann, Gregory Mounier
Published October 7th 2009 by Routledge – 162 pages
This book proposes to cast some theoretical and empirical light upon the external dimension of Justice and Home Affairs (JHA) which has become a priority in the European Union (EU)’s external relations. Counter-terrorism, visa policy, drug trafficking, organized crime or border controls have indeed become daily business in EU’s relations with the rest of the world.
The external dimension of JHA is a persistent policy objective of the EU and its member states, as the 1999 Tampere summit conclusions, the 2000 Coreper report, the 2005 Strategy for the External Dimension of JHA, and the integration of JHA chapters under the European Neighbourhood Policy testify.
With an interdisciplinary ambition in mind, this book reflects an attempt to draw together theoretical and empirical insights on the external dimension written by academic scholars that take an interest in questions of JHA and European Foreign Policy (EFP). It does so from an issue-oriented perspective (civilian crisis management, the European Neighbourhood Policy, counter-terrorism policy, visa policy, passenger name record) but also from a geographical perspective with in-depth analysis of the situation in the Western Balkans, Georgia, transatlantic relations and of the Mediterranean neighbourhood.
This book was published as a special issue of the Journal of European Integration.
Part 1: Researching the External Dimension of Justice and Home Affairs 1. Preface: The Justice and Home Affairs Policy Universe: Some Directions for Further Research Karen E. Smith 2. Introduction: The External Dimension of Justice and Home Affairs: A Different Security Agenda for the EU? Sarah Wolff, Nicole Wichmann and Gregory Mounier Part 2: Institutional Features of the External Dimension of JHA — The Input Dimension 3. The External Dimension of the Area of Freedom, Security and Justice: Hijacker or Hostage of Cross-pillarization? Patryk Pawlak 4. Civilian Crisis Management and the External Dimension of JHA: Inceptive, Functional and Institutional Similarities Gregory Mounier Part 3: Modes of Interaction with the Neighbours — The Output Dimension (1) 5. Deconstructing the EU’s Routes of Influence in Justice and Home Affairs in the Western Balkans Florian Trauner 6. The External Governance of EU Internal Security Sandra Lavenex and Nicole Wichmann Part 4: Opportunities and Limits of the JHA External Dimension — The Output Dimension (2) 7. The Externalization of JHA Policies in Georgia: Partner or Hotbed of Threats? Lili Di Puppo 8. When the EU is the ‘Norm-taker’: The Passenger Name Records Agreement and the EU’s Internalization of US Border Security Norms Javier Argomaniz 9. The Mediterranean Dimension of EU Counter-terrorism Sarah Wolff
Dr. Sarah Wolff (PhD London School of Economics and Political Science) is a research fellow at the Clingendael European Studies Programme (CESP) of the Netherlands Institute of International Relations 'Clingendael'. Her PhD research focused on The Mediterranean Dimension of the European Union's Internal Security. She was a Fellow of the "European Foreign and Security Policy Studies Programme" of the VolkswagenStiftung, the Compagnia di San Paolo and the Rijksbanken Jubilarumsfund.
Dr. Nicole Wichmann is a Senior Researcher at the Swiss Forum for Migration and Population Studies, which is affiliated with the University of NeuchÃ¢tel, Switzerland. She has recently completed her PhD thesis on EU Rule of Law Promotion in the European Neighbourhood Policy at the University of Lucerne
Gregory Mounier (Master, College of Europe, Bruges) is PhD student and teaching assistant in European Politics, University of Reading. He is also a Fellow of the "European Foreign and Security Policy Studies Programme" of the VolkswagenStiftung, the Compagnia di San Paolo and the Rijksbanken Jubilaeumsfond.