The EU and Crisis Response


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The EU and Crisis Response / edited by Roger Mac Ginty, Sandra Pogodda, Oliver P. Richmond. Manchester : Manchester University Press, 2021. xviii, 228 p. : illustrations : 22 cm. ISBN 9781526148353 (paperback) 9781526164797 (hardback) [45967]

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Contents: 1. Introduction: controversies over gaps within EU crisis management policy / Roger Mac Ginty, Sandra Pogodda, Oliver P. Richmond -- 2. Critical crisis transformation : a framework for understanding EU crisis response / Oliver P. Richmond, Sandra Pogodda, Roger Mac Ginty -- 3. The potential and limits of EU crisis response / Pernille Rieker, Kristian L. Gjerde -- 4. The EU's integrated approach to crisis response : learning from the UN, NATO and OSCE / Loes Debuysere, Steven Blockmans -- 5. Securitisation of the EU approach to the Western Balkans : from conflict transformation to crisis management /Kari M. Osland, Mateja Peter -- 6. The paradoxes of EU crisis response in Afghanistan, Iraq and Mali / Morten Boas, Bard Drange, Dlawer Ala'Aldeen, Abdoul Wahab Cissé, Qayoom Suroush -- 7. The effectiveness of EU crisis response in Afghanistan, Iraq and Mali / Ingo Peters, Enver Ferhatovic, Rabea Heinemann, Sofia Sturm -- 8. Dissecting the EU response to the 'migration crisis' / Luca Raineri, Francesco Strazzari.

Book Jacket: "This innovative and timely consideration of the European Union's crisis response mechanisms brings together scholars from a range of disciplinary backgrounds to examine how and why the EU responds to crises on its borders and further afield. The work is based on extensive fieldwork in - among other places - Afghanistan, Libya, Mali and Iraq. The book considers the construction of crises and how some issues are deemed crises and others not. A major finding from this comparative study is that EU crisis response interventions have been placing increasing emphasis on security and stabilisation and less emphasis on human rights and democratisation. This changes - quite fundamentally - the EU's stance as an international actor and leads to questions about the nature of the European Union and how it perceives itself and is perceived by others."—PUBLISHER'S NOTE.

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