Table of contents for The European Union and crisis management : policy and legal aspects / edited by Steven Blockmans.

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Introduction (definition, scope, acknowledgements) Steven Blockmans; Part I. A History Foretold: 1. Foreign policy and defence cooperation in the European Union: legal foundations Jaap W. de Zwaan; 2. Crisis management avant la lettre Wim van Eekelen; Part II. Willing and Able?: 3. The ABC of European Union strategy: ambition, benchmark, culture Sven Biscop; 4. Peculiarities in the institutionalisation of CFSP and ESDP Simon Duke; 5. Assessing the EU's capacity for military action (the Headline Goal 2010) Jean-Yves Haine; 6. Civilian crisis management: the EU way (Civilian Headline Goal 2008) Joel Schuyer; Part III. Coherence and Consistency: 7. The European Security and Defence Policy and coherence challenges in the Council Sophie Vanhoonacker; 8. Inter-pillar coherence in the European Union's civilian crisis management Frank Hoffmeister; 9. European Parliamentary oversight of crisis management Kolja Raube; 10. Coherence and consistency of the EU's action in international crisis management: the role of the European Court of Justice Vincent Kronenberger; Part IV. Effective Multilateralism: 11. EU-UN Jan Wouters and Tom Ruys; 12. The EU-NATO 'Berlin Plus' Agreement: the silent eye of the storm Martin Reichard; 13. EU-OSCE Annelies Verstichel and Vincent De Graaff; 14. Interregional cooperation in crisis management: EU support for the AU, ASEAN and other regional organisations Daniel Thym; 15. EU agreements with third countries: constitutional reservations by Member States Ramses Wessel and Gloria Fernandez; Part V. Learning by Doing: 16. EU crisis management in the Western Balkans Eva Gross; 17. EU crisis management in Africa: progress, problems and prospects Ademola Abass; 18. EU crisis management in Asia Justin Davies; 19. The nexus between EU crisis management and counter-terrorism Gijs de Vries; Part VI. Accountability of EU Forces Under International Law: 20. Accountability for respect for human rights law by EU forces Frederik Naert; 21. Toward a more mature ESDP: responsibility for violations of international humanitarian law by crisis management operations Marten Zwanenburg.

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
European Union.
Crisis management.
Conflict management.
Security, International.
European Union countries -- Foreign relations.