Transatlantic Security Cooperation: Counter Terrorism in the Twenty-First Century By Wyn Rees
Publisher: Routledge 2006-09-25 | 228 Pages | ISBN: 0415331382 | PDF | 1.1 MB
The events of 9/11 brought the subject of international terrorism to the top of the global security agenda. This new book focuses on the way that the transatlantic allies have sought to combat international terrorism.
Since the end of the Cold War, Europe and the United States have adapted the security regime that proved so effective in ensuring peace on the continent. Transatlantic counter-terrorism cooperation has required the full range of international instruments: from the use of military force and intelligence sharing to novel forms of working together such as over law enforcement and border security.
Wyn Rees traces the development of transatlantic security relations, focussing on key issues such as:
*The US-led "War on Terrorism" and whether it has resulted in convergence or divergence in US and European policies towards combating terrorism.
* The importance of transatlantic organizations in channelling efforts to deal with the threat.
* The pressure for both internal and external security cooperation in transatlantic relations.
* The tensions and challenges that emanate from attempting to generate cooperation between unequal state actors.
This text will greatly interest students and scholars of International Relations, International Security and Transatlantic Relations.
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