. This theoretical discussion begins by reviewing existing climate change research within the negotiation and conflict management literature. This is followed by a brief overview of the science of climate change public policy, including the causes, consequences and required adaptations. This science and
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The book describes Europe's increasing responsibility for the proper functioning of international society. It points to a pronounced move to collective action and highlights Europe's political and military adaptation to the post-Cold War strategic environment. The authors detect an ever stronger belief in the use of military power and thereby the contours of an emerging common European identity within the field of crisis management.
The book establishes an agenda for future research on European crisis management and out-of-area operations. It will be of prime interest to students of international relations, European studies, foreign policy analysis, international organization, crisis management and conflict resolution, and will also be essential reading for all those who need a practical survey of the latest developments in the field of international crisis management.
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international levels is reconstructed. The “intergovernmental approach” to the analysis of decision-making mechanisms in the EU is thereby criticized; the negotiations did not follow the logic of state power and multilateral bargaining, but rather a “logic of mutual adaptation of expectations and positions.” It
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The book focuses on the Nuclear Non-proliferation Treaty, international trade controls and the International Atomic Energy Agency. It describes the internal mechanics of these mechanisms, their development, and their strengths and weaknesses. It shows how they together are the basis of a political-legal order that is more than the sum of its parts, offering new insights on the role of international law in an area dominated by security-driven politics.
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-making process employed by crisis actors, the greater likelihood of negotiation incidence . This hypothesis draws explicitly on findings in the crisis literature pointing to the greater potential for flexibility, adaptation, and back-channel diplomacy associated with less formalized decision-making processes