タイトルSecurity in Shared Neighbourhoods: Foreign Policy of Russia, Turkey and the EU (New Security Challenges)
著者・編者
  • Rémi Piet 編集
  • Licínia Simão 著
出版社;Palgrave Macmillan
出版年;2015年
ISBN;9781137499097
テキストリンクamazon

内容紹介

This edited volume addresses the foreign policy approaches demonstrated by the European Union (EU), Russia and Turkey towards their shared neighbourhood. These three geopolitical players promote active foreign and security policies towards the Black and Caspian Seas, the Mediterranean and the Middle East, and determine stability in these regions.

著者について

Licínia Simão is a researcher at the Centre for Social Studies and a lecturer in International Relations at the University of Coimbra, Portugal. Her research interests include foreign policy, security, and EU relations with former-Soviet regions. Her latest publications include 'The European Neighbourhood Policy in the Eastern Region', published in East European Politics (with Elena Korosteleva and Michal Natorski, 2013).

Rémi Piet is Assistant Professor of International Affairs and Political Economy at Qatar University. His area of expertise includes energy security, environmental policy Russian foreign policy. His recent publications include Shifting Priorities in Russia's Foreign and Security Policy (with Roger Kanet, 2014).

目次
  • PART I: TRIANGULATING PERCEPTIONS AMONG REGIONAL POWERS 
  • 1. Identities and Images of Competition in the Overlapping Neighbourhoods: How EU and Russian Foreign Policies Interact; Tom Casier 
  • 2. Russian Foreign Policy and the Shaping of a 'Greater Europe'; Maria Raquel Freire 
  • 3. Turkey's Policies in its Overlapping Neighbourhood with Russia and the EU; Çi?dem Üstün 
  • 4. EU-Russia Relations and Norm Diffusion: the Role of Non-State Actors; Sandra Fernandes 
  • PART II: SECURITY IN THE SHARED NEIGHBORHOOD 
  • 5. The Securitization of the EU's Eastern Neighbourhood: What Role for Russia?; Licínia Simão and Vanda Dias 
  • 6. Out of Will or Out of Necessity? Turkey and the Middle East; André Barrinha and Laura Bastos 
  • PART III: COMPETING POLITICAL AND ECONOMIC MODELS IN THE SHARED NEIGHBORHOOD 
  • 7. The Impact of the Arab Spring on Central Asia: Regional and Macro-regional Implications; Ekaterina Koldunova 
  • 8. Dichotomy of Energy Policies in the Caspian: Where Two Strive Another Benefits?; Slawomir Raszewski 
  • 9. Azerbaijan's Rites of Passage: Liminality, Centering and the Temptation of Strategic Autonomy; Bradford McGuinn 
  • Conclusion; Licínia Simão