Multilateralism and Western strategy

edited by Michael Brenner

The first years of the post-Cold War era have made clear that it is imperative for the Western allies to pursue a common strategy and a concerted diplomacy in order to secure their interests in Europe. From four national perspectives, the authors examine what must be done for a more egalitarian Alliance to act effectively, on a multilateral basis, in addressing the new security agenda. Each of the contributors has had long experience as a government official or consultant. The stress of the book is on the means and methods of collective decision-making and diplomacy, not organizational architecture. The book concentrates on the issues of Alliance co-operation that look beyond the transition period, its key premise being that the Western partners' ability to work together on a truly multilateral basis will determine their success or failure in meeting the challenges now at the top of their diplomatic agendas.

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  • Foreword
  • J.E.Goodby - Acknowledgements - Notes on Contributors - The Multilateral Moment
  • M.Brenner - A German Perspective
  • H.W.Maull - A British Perspective
  • T.Taylor - A French Perspective
  • J.Paolini - A United States Perspective
  • M.Brenner - A European Perspective
  • S.Serfaty - Multilateralism: Critique and Appraisal
  • P.Williams - Conclusion
  • M.Brenner - Index

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書名 Multilateralism and Western strategy
著作者等 Brenner, Michael J.
出版元 Macmillan;St. Martin's Press
刊行年月 1995
ページ数 xii, 245 p.
大きさ 23 cm
ISBN 0312123612
NCID BA24386766
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言語 英語
出版国 アメリカ合衆国