This book, first published in 1992, examines the changing post-Cold War changing patterns of security in Europe by analysing the major themes, the primary security organisations and the policies of countries at the forefront of the security debate. Leading experts discuss the problems of nationalism, the difficulties of peacekeeping in Europe, and the future of NATO.
Table of Contents
1. An Introduction to the Contours of the Debate over European Security Stuart Croft and Phil Williams 2. Nationalism and Instability in the Former Soviet Union Jack Snyder 3. NATO Reborn Admiral Sir James Eberle 4. Reforming NATO’s Command and Control Structures Thomas-Durell Young 5. Peacekeeping in the New Europe James E. Goodby 6. The Emerging European Arms Control Arena Joseph F. Pilat 7. The Latest Stage of the German Question: Pax Germanica in the New Europe Andrei S. Markovits and Simon Reich 8. German Security Policy after the Cold War: the Strategy of a Civilian Power in an Uncivil World James Sperling 9. The Renovation of French Defence Policy Robbin Laird 10. British Approaches to the European Security Debate Stuart Croft 11. The United States, Germany and the New World Order Stephen F. Szabo 12. Implications for the United States Lawrence S. Kaplan 13. Appendix One: The WEU’s Role in the Emergence of a New European Security Order Dr Willem van Eekelen
Stuart Croft and Phil Williams