Extending the European Security Community: Constructing Peace in the Balkans (Library of European Studies v. 5)

Extending the European Security Community: Constructing Peace in the Balkans (Library of European Studies v. 5)

By: Assoc. Prof. Emilian Kavalski (author)Hardback

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The region of the Balkans has become one of the emblematic features of the post-Cold War geography of international relations. Understanding the extension of the European zone of peace to the Balkans is at the heart of this pioneering work into the post-Cold War socialisation of the region. How is peace (i.e. a security-community-order) initiated in the Balkans? Who are the dominant agents of such peace-promotion? What processes suggest the initiation of (lasting) peace in the Balkans? Under what circumstances do regional states comply with international standards? Looking at the order-promoting processes of both the EU and Nato, Emilian Kavalski offers us the first detailed and theoretically-informed comparative analysis of the role played by external actors in the Balkan region as a whole. In doing so, he provides us with an insight into the processes of peace-promotion in general, and the patterns of security-community-building in the Balkans in particular.

About Author

Emilian Kavalski completed his PhD at Loughborough University and is currently Postdoctoral Fellow at the Department of Political Science at the University of Alberta, Canada.

Contents

TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. CHAPTER ONE: INTRODUCTION 2. CHAPTER TWO: PEACE AS ORDER 2.1. Introduction 2.2. What is Order? 2.2.1. The Cooperation Aspect 2.2.2. The Security Aspect 2.3. Different Theoretical Views on Order 2.3.1. Neorealist Perspective on Order 2.3.2. Neoliberal Perspective on Order 2.3.3. Constructivist Perspective on Order 2.3.4. Neoliberal-Constructivist Perspective on Order 2.4. Conclusion 3. CHAPTER THREE: ESTABLISHING SECURITY COMMUNITIES 3.1. Introduction 3.2. The Analytical Framework of Security Communities 3.2.1. Democratic Security Community 3.3. Initiating Security Communities 3.3.1. Hegemonic Power Revisited 3.3.1.A. Socialisation Power 3.3.1.B. The Security-Community-Order as Hegemonic Peace 3.3.2. Elite Security Community 3.3.2.A. Why Elites? 3.3.2.B. The Decision-Making Pattern of an Elite Security Community 3.4. Conclusion 4. CHAPTER FOUR: THE INTERNATIONAL SOCIALISATION OF THE BALKANS 4.1. Introduction 4.2. Norms and Rules 4.3. What is Socialisation? 4.3.1. Socialisation by International Organisation 4.3.2. Socialisation in International Organisations 4.3.3. The Socialisation Process 4.4. Why Are International Organisations Interested in Socialisation? 4.5. How Can Socialisation Extend Peace? 4.6. Conclusion 5. CHAPTER FIVE: THE CENTRALITY OF THE EU AND NATO IN EUROPEAN SECURITY 5.1. Introduction 5.2. The Terms of the Post-1999 European Order 5.2.1. Securitisation of Western Norms 5.2.1.A. Inclusion of the Balkans in the Integration Programmes of the EU and NATO 5.2.1.B. The Limitations of the UN and the OSCE 5.2.2. Functional Differentiation between the EU and NATO 5.3. The Effects of "9/11" 5.4. Conclusion 6. CHAPTER SIX: EXPORTING THE EU TO THE BALKANS 6.1. Introduction 6.2. From a Union of Europe to the European Union 6.3. EU Approaches to the Balkans 6.3.1. Foreign Policy Approaches to the Balkans 6.3.1.A. Bulgaria and Romania 6.3.1.B. The Western Balkans 6.3.2. Enlargement into the Balkans 6.3.2.A. Bulgaria and Romania 6.3.2.B. The Western Balkans 6.3.2.C. Regional (Peaceful) Cooperative Interactions 6.4. Bulgaria 4.1. The EU-driven elite-socialisation 6.4.2. Foreign Policy Behaviour 6.5. Croatia 6.5.1. The EU-driven elite-socialisation 6.5.2. Foreign Policy Behaviour 6.6. Conclusion 7. CHAPTER SEVEN: NATO'S PROJECTION OF ORDER TO THE BALKANS 7.1. Introduction 7.2. NATO Background 7.3. NATO after the Cold War 7.4. Association 7.4.1. Romania 7.4.1.A. Context of NATO Involvement 7.4.1.B. International Behaviour 7.5. Enforcement 7.5.1. Serbia/Montenegro 7.5.1.A. Supportive Enforcement 7.5.1.B. Peace-Enforcement 7.5.1.C. Preventive Enforcement 7.6 Conclusion 8. CHAPTER EIGHT: CONCLUSION 8.1. Research Summary: The Hegemonic Peace Project - A Contradiction in Terms? 8.2. The Elite Security Community of the Balkans: Problems 8.3. Peace in the Balkans: Prospects

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  • ISBN13: 9781845114978
  • Format: Hardback
  • Number Of Pages: 272
  • ID: 9781845114978
  • ISBN10: 1845114973

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