The Foreign and Security Policy of the European Union: A Critical Approach (2nd Fully Revised Edition) (2019) (Independently Published/Amazon KDP-Available through Amazon)

The target of the Foreign and Security Policy of the European Union is the substantial crises' management and the peacebuilding and restoration of peace, democracy and sociopolitical stability in all the “danger zones” within its jurisdiction. In addition to that, the establishment of effective economic and trade relations with partners around the globe is a key concern.

In this book, the functioning of the Foreign and Security Policy of the European Union is critically being examined, the European Union relations with USA and Russia are being analyzed, the most important economic and trade partners are being mentioned, whilst at the same time, an overview of the major events that led to destabilizations from the end of the Second World War, till the recent crises in Ukraine, Crimea, Middle East and North Africa takes place.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

Chapter 1: Introduction

Chapter 2: The Significance of the Foreign and Security Policy of the European Union

Chapter 3: A Brief Historical Overview: From the Treaty of Brussels to the Western European Union and the
EU-US Relations

Chapter 4: Agencies in Charge of the Foreign and Security Policy of the European Union

Chapter 5: European Union Regional Policies with Neighboring Geographic Areas

Chapter 6: Concluding Remarks

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