The fall, and rise of civilian power Europe?
The central focus of this paper is the concept of ‘civilian power Europe’, which has been associated with the characterisation and examination of the international role of the EU for almost thirty years. The paper outlines the notion of civilian power Europe as originally formulated, examines how the idea has been used and adapted (or refuted) across time, and explores whether the idea has continuing utility in the early twenty-first century. Central to this analysis is a consideration of...[Show more]
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