Terms of Engagement
The United States and the European Security Identity
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Agreeing on a conception of European Security and Defense Identity and measures to implement it has three requirements: clarifying a security agenda dominated by political goals; candid dialogue on the apprehensions the transatlantic partners have about each other; and dedication to perfecting multilateralism as the standard behavioral code for a more egalitarian alliance. Giving life to ESDI unavoidably will generate tensions and amplify a European voice that at times will grate on Washington's ears. However, as Brenner asserts, making multilateralism work is the best way to ensure that those negatives are outweighed by the value ESDI has for advancing U.S. as well as European interests. This is must reading for scholars, students, and policy makers involved with European security and international relations issues.
Foreword Acknowledgments European Identity History of an Idea Terms of Engagement Partnership and Dialogue Notes Glossary Bibliography Index
Examines European efforts to reduce defense dependency on the United States in a post-Cold War world.