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Security, defense discourse and identity in NATO and Europe : how France changed foreign policy / Falk Ostermann.

By: Ostermann, Falk.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookCall no.: UA646.5.F8 O774 2019Series: The new international relations.Publication: Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY : Routledge, 2019Edition: 1st ed.Description: xiv, 202 p.Subject(s): North Atlantic Treaty Organization -- France | Common Security and Defence Policy | France -- Military policy | France -- Foreign relations -- 1995- | Libya -- History -- Civil War, 2011- -- Participation, French
Contents:
1. Introduction: Rediscovering Discourse and Identity in French Security and Defense Policy Excursus: General Characteristics of French Foreign Policy Discourse – Agents and Parties 2. Chirac's Failed NATO Reintegration – European Identity Confirmed 3. Sarkozy’s Successful NATO Reintegration and the End of Ambivalence – Identity Change Starting 4. The Normalization of French CSDP Policies during the Libyan War – Identity Reconstructed 5. Conclusions 6. Epilogue: Continuity or Change with Hollande and Macron?
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

1. Introduction: Rediscovering Discourse and Identity in French Security and Defense Policy Excursus: General Characteristics of French Foreign Policy Discourse – Agents and Parties 2. Chirac's Failed NATO Reintegration – European Identity Confirmed 3. Sarkozy’s Successful NATO Reintegration and the End of Ambivalence – Identity Change Starting 4. The Normalization of French CSDP Policies during the Libyan War – Identity Reconstructed 5. Conclusions 6. Epilogue: Continuity or Change with Hollande and Macron?

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