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Politique étrangère Issues from Politique Etrangère

European Defense Revisited / The United Kingdom and the EU: in or out? Politique étrangère, Vol. 80, No. 1, Spring 2015

FOCUS European Defense Revisited

Finally Something New in European Defense by Vivien Pertusot

Could Differentiated Integration Unblock the CSDP? by Ronja Kempin and Ronja Scheler

“Minilateralism”: A New Form of Defense Cooperation by Alice Pannier

Sharing Military Capabilities: Dead-End or Future of Defense? by Jon Rahbek-Clemmensen and Sten Rynning

 

COUNTERPOINT The United Kingdom and the EU: in or out?

Europe’s English Patient by Alain Lamassoure (read the article in French)

Would Europe, Freed from the Perfidious Albion, Lose its Way? by Philippe Moreau Defarges

 

CURRENT AFFAIRS

Afghanistan’s Difficult Transition by Jean-Luc Racine

Tunisia’s Armed Forces and Democratic Transition by Mourad Chabbi

 

BAROMETER

Australia: A New Strategy for a Medium-Size Power by Tanguy Struye de Swielande, Bruno Hellendorff and Alexia Honoré

The United States - South Korea Military Alliance in Question by Rémy Hémez

Volcanic Activity and Nuclear Security in Japan by Jean-François Heimburger

 

DEBATE

Crimea: The Contradictions of Russia’s Line by Jean-Baptiste Jeangène Vilmer (read the article in French)

The Western Balkans and the Failure of European Enlargement by Jean-Arnault Dérens

 

BOOK REVIEWS

World Order by Henry Kissinger, review by Tristan Aureau


You can read in French the Editorial of Politique étrangère, vol. 80, n° 1, printemps 2015

You can read in French the Book reviews of Politique étrangère, vol. 80, n° 1, printemps 2015

 

Keywords
Afghanistan Australia Balkans Crimea European Union Japan South Korea Tunisia United Kingdom
ISBN / ISSN: 
978-2-36567-353-2