Publication – Peace, Security and Defence Cooperation in Post-Brexit Europe

Vient de paraît un ouvrage dirigé par Cornelia-Adriana Baciu – co-responsable du groupe de travail « European Security and Defence Transformation » – et John Doyle :

Peace, Security and Defence Cooperation in Post-Brexit Europe. Risks and Opportunities, Springer, 2019.

Delphine Deschaux-Dutard, également co-responsable du groupe de travail « European Security and Defence Transformation », y signe un chapitre :
« The French-German Military Cooperation and the Revival of European Defence After Brexit: Between Reality and Political Myth », p. 53-77.

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Table des matières :

UK-EU Military Cooperation and Brexit from a Neoclassical Realist Perspective: No Big Deal?  Turpin, Lee David (p. 3-27)

Channel Trouble? Challenges to UK-EU Security Collaboration After Brexit. Sus, Monika (et al.) (p. 29-49)

The French-German Military Cooperation and the Revival of European Defence After Brexit: Between Reality and Political Myth. Deschaux-Dutard (p. 53-77)

The Effects of Brexit on the Good Friday Agreement and the Northern Ireland Peace Process. Doyle, John (et al.) (p. 79-95)

Alliance Persistence, Military Security and the 2016 Brexit Referendum: The Case of Estonia and the United Kingdom. Driedger, Jonas J. (p. 97-116)

The EU’s Technological Power: Harnessing Future and Emerging Technologies for European Security. Csernatoni, Raluca (p. 119-140)

Collaborative Naval Procurement and Grand Strategy Post-Brexit. Kluth, Michael Friederich (p. 141-162)

European Nuclear Deterrence and Security Cooperation: Post-Brexit Relations and Challenges. Vicente, Adérito (p. 163-190)

Conceptualising European Security Post-Brexit: Turbulence, Complexity and Interdependence. Charalampaki, Effie (p. 193-217)

Conclusion: The Future of Europe—Towards a New Paradigm of European Security and Resilience. Baciu, Cornelia-Adriana (et al.) (p. 219-244)