December 2, 2008

English Summary

This issue of Diplomacy focuses on European security problems. Ambassador Dag Hartelius writes about the European Security strategy. He argues that the strategy is a useful tool for small and medium-sized EU member states and wonders why this important document has received so little public discussion.

This issue of Diplomacy focuses on European security problems. Ambassador Dag Hartelius writes about the European Security strategy. He argues that the strategy is a useful tool for small and medium-sized EU member states and wonders why this important document has received so little public discussion.

English Summary

This issue of Diplomacy focuses on European security problems. Ambassador Dag Hartelius writes about the European Security strategy. He argues that the strategy is a useful tool for small and medium-sized EU member states and wonders why this important document has received so little public discussion.
Toomas Hendrik Ilves discusses the connection between the evolution of state and the evolution of warfare. He concludes that given the transboundary character of current security threats it is time for European states to begin merging their security policies the way they have joint policies on agriculture, monetary affairs, etc.
Also, Robert Cooper argues in his interview that Europe needs more security culture, whereas the United States could benefit from more negotiation culture.
Paul Goble discusses the possible outcomes of the US presidential elections and how each of them could influence US foreign policy.
Mindaguas Jurkynas and Kaarel Kaas analyse the political scandals that have taken place in Lithuania over the past two years.

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