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Readings in European Security

Edited by Michael Emerson

The European Security Forum brings together senior officials and experts from EU and Euro-Atlantic Partnership countries, including the United States and Russia, to discuss security issues of strategic importance to Europe.

Now in its eighth year of operation, the forum is jointly directed by CEPS, the Geneva Centre for the Democratic Control of Armed Forces, the Geneva Centre for Security Studies, and the International Institute for Strategic Studies. Readings in European Security aims to serve as a prism through which the EU’s external relations and security can be assessed, with contributions from its U.S. and Russian partners.

This book, the fifth volume in the series, contains working papers by international experts on a variety of highly topical strategic issues including the EU’s role in the Middle East conflict, missile defense, recognition of Kosovo, the normative element in EU foreign policy, and the response in U.S., EU, and Russian policy circles to the rise of China.

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