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Il ruolo della NATO in Europe in seguito allo sviluppo della Politica di Sicurezza e Difesa Comune. The role of NATO in Europe after the emergence of the Common Foreign and Security Policy

This dissertation aims at developing a value driven analysis of the relationship between NATO and the EU, their modus operandi both internally and externally, their conception of democracy and democratization process through a study of their values and principles, the policy on which NATO and CSDP are based on. The final goal is to examine to what extent this analysis of values translates into a decreased role for NATO in Europe and, if so, assess whether the emergence of the CSDP has contributed to such a decline. Although this empirical analysis will lead to argue that NATO’s role in Europe has diminished since the demise of the Soviet Union, it is suggested that both sides of the Atlantic should unite their forces, remove the dilemmas which today challenge a full cooperation and act as a “big individual organization” with different precise tasks. A descriptive approach will be used to broadly understand such dynamics by analyzing the division between “realism” and “civilian and normative” power attached to America and Europe respectively. I consider the comprehension of these IR theories to be of cardinal importance. They help to investigate the dynamics of the current transatlantic relationship, the reasons beyond the different foreign policy and the diverse goals and interests that from them derive. A Bosnia case study will be presented in order to empirically investigate the roles of the US and the EU in conflict management and statebuilding. It will serve to demonstrate how the civilian and normative power of Europe and US military aspects are applied in practice.

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1. Introduction The relatonship between NATO and the European Union (EU) is fraught with several difcultes and has become progressively intricate since the EU has started developing its policy covering defense and military assets, namely the Common Security and Defense Policy (CSDP), as a counterpart of NATO. The degree of complicaton that the current developing relatonship between the EU and NATO has achieved can seem unexpected as they have 21 common members, all members of both organizatons share roughly common values and have a long history of engagement in military, economic and politcal arenas. Nevertheless, there are a number of aspects of the EU-NATO relatonship that explain why eliminatng key dilemmas has been arduous. This dissertaton aims at developing a value driven analysis of the relatonship between NATO and the EU, their modus operandi both internally and externally, their concepton of democracy and democratzaton process through a study of their values and principles, the policy on which NATO and CSDP are based on. The fnal goal is to examine to what extent this analysis of values translates into a decreased role for NATO in Europe and, if so, assess whether the emergence of the CSDP has contributed to such a decline. Although this empirical analysis will lead to argue that NATO’s role in Europe has diminished since the demise of the Soviet Union, it is suggested that both sides of the Atlantc should unite their forces, remove the dilemmas which today challenge a full cooperaton and act as a “big individual organizaton” with diferent precise tasks. A descriptve approach will be used to broadly understand such dynamics

Tesi di Master

Autore: Julian Di Ridolfo Contatta »

Composta da 59 pagine.

 

Questa tesi ha raggiunto 83 click dal 01/03/2013.

 

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