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access to documents 1201
Adler, E. 63, 82, 87, 92, 101, 113n.4, 114
Agence Europe 123
Agenda 2000 134, 136
Aggestam, L. 835, 901, 10911
Agstner, R. 122
Algieri, F. 116
Alker, H. 64
Allen, D. 3, 29, 33, 43n.6, 46, 52
Allison, G. 489, 51, 1056
Almond, G. 84
Amato, Prime Minister G. 140n.2
ambiguity tolerance 21
Amsterdam Treaty 6, 28, 35, 41, 53, 59, 69, 79n.14, 115, 118, 125n.6, 133
Andersen, K. 21, 24
Anderson, B. 17
Andréani, G. 96
Anthony, I. 116
arms export controls 11525
Avery, G. 137
Baldwin, D. 128
Ball, T. 15, 21
Baring, A. 85
Barnett, M. 878, 90, 92, 112n.2
Bauer, S. 116, 1223
Berger, P. 23
Bertilsson, M. 79n.2
Biddle, B. 87, 97n.5
Blair, Prime Minister T. 96, 97n.3
Bonvicini, G. 43n.15, 60
Brenner, M. 25n.3
Bretherton, C. 3, 10, 46, 67, 6970
Bribosia, E. 118
Brown, C. 15
Brückner, P. 1112
Buchan, D. 3
Bull, H. 19, 110, 128
Bulmer, S. 4, 42, 44n.31
Burghardt, G. 13
Burr, V. 64
Buzan, B. 50, 74, 84, 113n.5, 141n.8
Cameron, F. 10, 137
Campbell, D. 734
Caporaso, J. 114
Carlnaes, W. 19, 1078
causal beliefs 107
CEEC see Central and Eastern European countries
Central and Eastern European countries 57, 70, 75, 110, 1327
CFSP see Common Foreign and Social Policy
Chabod, F. 25
Checkel, J. 1617, 76, 86, 99, 101
Chirac, President J. 95
Christiansen, T. 8
Chryssochoou, D. 115
Clarke, M. 49, 11112
Clinton, D. 18, 102
cognitivist approach 8
Colley, L. 97n.3
Collin, F. 79n.2
Collini, S. 21
Commission of the European Communities 133
Committee of Permanent Representatives 6, 105
common defence policy 6
Common Foreign and Social Policy passim
euro and, 60, 122
High Representative 1, 6, 34, 78, 106, 122
integration and intergovernmentalism 367, 41
interactionist approach 76
national interests and 324, 3940
study of 34
theorising 1425
uniqueness of 5, 27, 346
common procedural understandings 76
constructive abstention 6
constructivism 5, 8, 1617, 20, 234, 35
see also social constructivism
Cooper, R. 88, 107
Copenhagen Report (1973) 29, 312, 41
Copenhagen Summit Declaration (1993) 11, 1323, 1367
COREPER see Committee of Permanent Representatives
Cosgrove-Sacks, C. 11
Costa, J. 116
Council of Europe Framework Convention on National Minorities 1334, 141n.7
Cyprus 70, 1379
da Costa Pereira, P. 43n.5
Danish Foreign Ministry 12
de Gaulle, President C. 97n.7
de la Serre, F. 43n.15
de Schoutheete de Tervarent, P. 3, 10, 302, 43n.11, 115
De Vestel, P. 116
de Wilde, J. 74, 113n.5
decision-making 1, 3, 49
communication and argumentation 12
defining European foreign policy 514
Dehousse, R. 43n.8, 11819
Delors Report on Economic and Monetary Union (1989) 131
Denzin, N. 20, 24
Deutsch, K. 867
Diez, T. 141n.8
discourse analysis 6280
European foreign policy and 6779
European Union as international actor 6973
implications for empirical research 667
social constructivism and 637
Disquieting Duckling, The 25
Dogan, M. 84
Donnelly, J. 102
Doty, R. 8, 67
Duchêne, F. 71, 79n.12, 110
Dunne, T. 102
Durfee, M. 1315, 17, 1924
ECB see European Central Bank
ECJ see European Court of Justice
Economic and Monetary Union 122, 131
Edwards, G. 11, 43n.1011, 56, 122
EFTA see European Free Trade Association
Ekengren, M. 76, 78
Eliassen, K. 3
EMU see Economic and Monetary Union
EPC see European political cooperation
Eriksen, E. 127, 12930
ESDP see European Security and Defence Policy
Essence of Decision 105
EU see European Union
EU Bulletin 141n.5
European Central Bank 122
European Commission 2, 78, 106, 11922, 1314, 1368
Enlargement Strategy Paper 2000 141n.7
European Community 46, 54
European Council 3940, 72, 1056, 115, 117, 11922, 125n.810, 1312, 1368, 141n.7
Presidency Conclusions 79n.13
European Court of Justice 11921, 125nn.78 and 10
competence 1201
parties before 11920
European Defence Industry Group 116
European Foreign Policy Bulletin Online 13
Database 25n.2
European Free Trade Association 131
European Parliament 138
European political cooperation 4, 213, 2630, 32, 42, 53, 77, 104, 111, 115
European security, threat to 74
European Security and Defence Policy 35, 95, 106, 110
European studies
international relations and foreign policy 19
European Union passim
Annual Report on Human Rights 1999/2000 141n.7
-as-actor 46, 51, 53, 6973
Code of Conduct for Arms Exports 11720
decision-making 758
enlargement logistics 12641
conditions 1305
global role 46, 48
evolving role-set 11011
international actor 6973, 108
membership conditionality 1359
multiple realities 46
values 735
European Voice 135, 138
Expansion of International Society,The 19
Fairclough, N. 65, 79
Featherstone, K. 10
federalism 115
Feldman, L. 134
Fischer, Foreign Minister J. 94
Flockhart, T. 10
Florini, A. 44n.22
Flynn, G. 85
foreign policy passim
actors and institutional framework 2830, 378, 458
adaptability 4851
broader concept 45, 5161
Community 545, 59
contending approaches 458
decision-making 68
bureaucratic politics model 105
consensus, 31
interactions and 302, 389
organisational process model 105
rational actor model 105
discussion remit, 68
interests 13
external elements 58
identity and 1089
integration 367, 41, 122
internal elements 578
legitimacy 13, 12730
multi-level 99, 11425
convergence 11518
interpillar consistency 11821
variable geometry 1214
national 55, 59
novelty 58
planning cell 6
policy-making 12, 58, 857
ex-Yugoslavia 11
polyphonous 99
puzzle of 45
theorising EU 1025
theory and practice of multi-level 11525
Union 55, 59
foreign policy analysis 4561
end of Cold War and 1002
framework 548
actors and policy-making 556
applied to European foreign policy 5961
capabilities and instruments 567
policy context 578
Forster, A. 73
Fossum, J. 127
Foucault, M. 645
FPA see foreign policy analysis
Franck, C. 118
Friis, L. 127
Fuchet Plan 118
Garcia, S. 84
Garton Ash, T. 98n.8
George, S. 4, 14, 44n.31
Gerner, D. 88
Giddens, A. 84
Ginsberg, R. 10, 523, 61, 115, 126
Glarbo, K. 21, 24, 76
Goffman, E. 87
Goldstein, J. 8, 107
Gomez, R. 11
Gordon, P. 62, 67
Gourlay, C. 118
Grieco, J. 11, 44n.19, 112n.3
Grilli, E. 11
Guénno, J. 77
Gummet, P. 116
Haagerup, N. 43n.15
Haas, E. 3640, 44n.26, 115
Halliday, F. 49
Haney, P. 101
Hanf, K. 116
Hansen, B. 68, 734
Hassner, P. 22
Hautala, H. 119, 121
Heisbourg, F. 110
Held, D. 140n.3
Hellmann, G. 85
Hermann, C. 91
Hey, J. 101
Hill, C. 3, 5, 10, 27, 2931, 334, 42, 43nn.3, 11 and 1415, 468, 50, 523, 556, 61, 701, 81, 99, 104, 114, 116, 128
Hilsman, R. 103
Hix, S. 77
Hoffmann, S. 20, 33, 44nn.201 and 26, 85, 1014, 126
Holland, M. 34, 42, 43n.11, 44nn.312, 115, 119
Hollis, M. 43n.2, 82
Holsti, K. 889, 109
House of Commons 123
Howorth, J. 110
Hudson, V. 82, 109
Hughes, R. 25
human affairs, underlying order 1719
Hurd, D. 31
Hyde-Price, A. 845, 100
identities 10611
cognitive revolution 1068
role theory 10911
identity
foreign policy and 1089
politics of 837
role 8198
Ifestos, P. 3, 33, 36, 43n.11, 46
Ignatieff, M. 85
institutions 1046
organisational process and bureaucratic politics 1056
integration theory 34, 3641, 50
interdependence 50
interests 7, 13, 324, 1023
institutions and identities 99113
material factors 1023
intergovernmentalism 18, 3641, 11415, 118
international phenomena puzzlement 234
international relations
European integration 2644
European studies and foreign policy 19
International Relations 25n.1
Jackson, J. 88
Jackson Preece, J. 134
JACS see Joint Armaments Cooperation Structure
Jakobsen, P. 35, 43n.13
Järvinen, M. 79n.2
Jeppeson, R. 63
Joint Armaments Cooperation Structure 123
Jönsson, C. 82, 109
Jopp, M. 116
Jørgensen, K. 5, 8, 1112, 16, 28, 356, 46, 60, 70, 76, 128
Jørgensen, M. 64, 79, 79n.3
Jorn, A. 25
Katzenstein, P. 44n.22, 63, 85, 104
Keatinge, P. 6
Keeler, J. 114
Keohane, R. 20, 44n.201, 49, 86, 100, 104, 107, 115
Keukeleire, S. 115
Kirchner, E. 334
Kirste, K. 100, 109
Kohl, Chancellor H. 94
Kowert, P. 44n.23, 103
Krasner, S. 51, 83, 115, 128
Kratochwil, F. 44n.21
Krenzler, H.-G. 118
Küchenmeister, T. 116
Laclau, E. 65, 73, 79, 79n.9
Larsen, H. 5, 63, 6971, 74, 77, 79nn.1, 78 and 10
Le Prestre, P. 10910
Legro, J. 44nn.22–3, 103
Light, M. 49
Lincoln, Y. 20, 24
Lindberg, L. 3740, 44n.29, 115
Lister, M. 48
logistics of EU enlargement 12641
London Report 33, 41
Long, D. 26, 35, 44nn.312
Lorenz, P.-L. 32, 43n.12
Lose, L. 12
Lucarelli, S. 14
Lundgren, Å. 140
Lundquist, L. 89
Luxembourg Report (1970) 28
Maastricht Treaty (1993) 53, 81, 106, 115, 118, 1312
McLaren, L. 138
Magnette, P. 115
March, J. 84, 87, 90, 108, 113n.6, 127
Marques-Ruiz, C. 115
Martin, L. 44n.20, 104
Maull, H. 100, 109
Maury, J.-P. 115
Mearsheimer, J. 44n.19, 100, 103, 112nn.1 and 3
Milliken, J. 63, 669, 78, 79n.5
Milward, A. 114
Missiroli, A. 110
Mitrany, D. 114
Mitterand, President F. 94
Moisi, D. 85
Monar, J. 43nn.6, 14, 114
Moravcsik, A. 7, 26, 43n.1, 113n.6, 114, 128
Morgenthau, H. 103, 128
Morse, E. 57
Mouffe, C. 65, 73, 79, 79n.9
Mouritzen, H. 7
Müller, H. 12
multilateralism 35
Mundt, R. 84
Murphy, A. 127
national identity 10810
national interest 102, 1289
national role conception 10910
national situation 1023
NATO see North Atlantic Treaty Organisation
Neak, L. 101
Nelsen, B. 4
neo-classical realism 1012
neo-functionalism and cooperation, 3741, 115
neo-liberal institutionalism 467, 115
neo-realism 7, 35, 99102
Neumann, I. 74, 80n.1516
Neville-Jones, P. 97n.1
Niblett, R. 91
Nice Treaty 28, 41, 53, 124
Nørgaard, O. 3
Norris, C. 64
North Atlantic Treaty Organisation 201, 956, 110, 123
Nugent, N. 138
Nuttall, S. 3, 6, 10, 302, 46, 76, 78, 115
Nye, J. 44n.20, 489, 100, 115
observation, detailed v broad 201
OCCAR see Joint Armaments Cooperation Structure
Øhrgaard, J. 3, 28, 36, 41, 44n.31
Olsen, J. 84, 87, 90, 108, 113n.6, 127
O’Neill, M. 4
Organisation for Security And Cooperation in Europe 20
Origins of Alliances, The 112n.2
OSCE see Organisation for Security And Cooperation in Europe
Owen, D. 11
Patten, Commissioner C. 118, 125n.6
patterns from observed phenomena 1920
Pedersen, T. 3, 10, 101
Pereira, P. 116
Petersen, N. 3, 10, 114
Petersberg Tasks 6
Peterson, J. 3, 5, 10, 29, 53, 59, 77, 116
Petite, M. 118
Pfetsch, F. 114
Philippart, E. 122
Phillips, L. 64, 79, 79n.3
Piening, C. 3, 10
Pijpers, A. 3, 7, 1314, 26, 42, 43nn.10 and 15, 44nn.16 and 31, 114
Poos, J. 12
Powell, G. 84
Price, R. 8
Priess, D. 112–13n.3
principled beliefs 107
Prodi, President R. 125n.6
Putnam, R. 86
qualified majority voting 6
Quermonne, J. 115
rationalist approaches 3, 5, 8, 69, 103, 107
Ravenhill, J. 11
realist school, 3, 5, 51
Reflection Group (1995) 71
Regelsberger, E. 3, 1011, 27, 2930, 43nn.34, 11 and 14, 44n.32, 46, 11516
relations with
developing countries 11, 75
former Soviet bloc countries 1011, 1327
see also Central and Eastern European countries
United States 10
Remacle, E. 114, 118, 124
Repubblica, La 140
Reus-Smit, C. 8
Risse, T. 12, 234
Rittberger, V. 104
role
conception 8796
national v European 96
identity 8197
Rose, G. 100
Rosenau, J. 1315, 17, 1924, 51, 89, 114
Ross, M. 82, 108
Ruggie, J. 12, 18, 20, 24, 44nn.212, 79n.1
Rummel, R. 43n.15
Salmon, T. 43n.10
Schaber, T. 100
Scheingold, S. 44n.29
Schneider, H. 118
Schmitt, B. 116, 123
Schmitter, P. 40, 115
Schröder, Chancellor G. 96, 140n.2
Schweller, R. 101, 112–13n.3
Searing, D. 8990
security politics assumptions 50
Shock of the New, The 25
Sidjanski, D. 115
Singer, M. 100
Single European Act (1986) 29, 33, 41, 55, 58, 131
Sjursen, H. 3, 5, 10, 111, 116, 131
Smith, H. 4, 11, 53
Smith, K. 70, 75, 80n.18
Smith, K. E. 43nn.11 and 14, 44n.23, 136
Smith, M. 3, 46, 48, 556, 58, 63, 75
Smith, M. E. 2930, 33, 35, 43n.6, 44nn.18 and 30
Smith, S. 19, 43n.2, 64, 82, 108
Snyder, G. 101
social constructivism 1317, 20, 24, 35, 636
discourse analysis and 637
Soetendorp, B. 116
Solana, Secretary-General J. 118
Spence, D. 78
Spirtas, M. 112n.3
Stability Pacts 11, 75, 141n.5
Stark, H. 43n.13
state-as-actor assumption 49
state-centric realism 4850, 52
Stavridis, S. 52
Stevens, C. 11
structuralist approaches 478, 50
Stubb, A. 4
sui generis problem 267, 36, 42
supranationalism 115, 118
Swedish Journalists’ Association 125n.8
Tägil, S. 82
Taylor, P. 44n.27, 115
Telò, M. 115, 124
TEU see Treaty on European Union
Tewes, H. 109
theory
creative imagination and 213
defining 1415
empirical v value 1517
explanatory 1516
interpretive 16
normative (prescriptive) 16
Thomas, E. 87, 97n.5
Thune, C. 43n.15
Tietje, C. 118
TOA see Amsterdam Treaty
Tonra, B. 31, 43nn.1112 and 15, 58, 76, 116
Törnquist, G. 82
Torreblanca Payá, J. 11
transgovernmentalism 49
Tréan, C. 43n.13
Treaties of Rome 54, 56, 58, 116, 130
Treaty on European Union (1993) 56, 10, 28, 323, 41, 556, 712, 11720, 1223
Turkey 1369, 141n.8
Ulbert, C. 100
United Nations Declaration on Human Rights 133
van Evera, S. 1415, 18, 20, 24
Van Ham, P. 110
van Miert, K. 11
Vertzberger, Y. 82, 84, 90
Vesterdorf, B. 120
Vogler, J. 3, 10, 46, 67, 6970
Von der Gablentz, O. 28, 302
Vore, C. 82, 109
Wæver, O. 66, 68, 71, 74, 79nn.1, 1011, 113n.5
Walker, R. 73, 109
Walker, S. 89
Walker, W. 116
Wallace, W. 10, 2930, 32, 34, 42, 43nn.3 and 14, 44n.24, 556, 58, 73, 81, 83, 91, 104, 115
Walt, S. 112n.2
Waltz, K. 44n.19, 100, 112n.2
Warjovaara, J. 116
Weiler, J. 42, 43n.8, 44n.31
Weldes, J. 64
Wendt, A. 13, 16, 18, 44n.22, 635, 79n.4, 6, 86, 103, 113n.4
Wessels, W. 3, 10, 2831, 33, 36, 42, 43nn.11 and 15, 44n.31, 56, 115
Westerlund, U. 109
Western European Union 20, 712, 1234
WEU see Western European Union
Weyembergh, A. 118
White, B. 6, 19, 34, 49, 60, 61n.
Whitman, R. 46, 77
Wildavsky, A. 100
Willaert, P. 115
Williams, M. 8, 102
Winks, R. 1223
Wish, N. 109
world views 107
Wright, V. 58
Yahuda, M. 11
Young, O. 49
Zehfuss, M. 23
Zelikow, P. 48
Zielonka, J. 33, 44n.18

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