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Based on a major international research project undertaken by The Institute for East West Studies, this book provides the first comprehensive analysis of an important, but little explored, feature of post-Cold War Europe: the emergence of subregional cooperation in areas such as the Barents, the Baltic Sea, Central Europe and the Black Sea. It analyses the role of subregional cooperation in the new Europe, provides detailed case studies of the new subregional groups and examines their relations with NATO and the European Union.
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ALYSON J.K. BAILES Career Member, British Diplomatic Service ANDERS BJURNER Deputy State Secretary, Swedish Ministry for Foreign Affairs IAN BREMMER Senior Fellow, World Policy Institute, and President, Eurasia Group SOPHIA CLEMENT Research Fellow, Institute for Security Studies of Western European Union, Paris CHRISTOPHER CVIIC Associate Fellow, European Programme, the Royal Institute of International Affairs THANOS DOKOS Director for Research, Strategic Studies Division, Hellenic Ministry of Defence PERTTI JOENNIEMI Senior Research Fellow, and Project Director, Nordic-Baltic Studies, Copenhagen Peace Research Institute ANDRZEJ KUPICH Adviser to the Minister, Department of Studies and Planning, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Warsaw OLEKSANDR PAVLIUK Director, Kyiv Centre of the Institute for EastWest Studies, and Associate Professor, University of 'Kyiv-Mohyla Academy' CARL-EINAR STALVANT Research Director, Sodertorns Hagskola, StockholmReview:
'There is growing interest in the role of subregional cooperation in post-Cold War Europe, yet there has been little academic work on the subject. This book is the first serious and detailed attempt to examine this important issue.' - Professor Karl Kaiser, Otto Wolff Director, Research Institute, German Society for Foreign Affairs and Professor of Political Science, Bonn University
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Book Description Palgrave Macmillan, 1998. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0312220723