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NATO's post-Cold War politics : the changing provision of security
Éditeur Palgrave Macmillan
Année 2014
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1. Introduction: NATO as an Organization and Bureaucracy; Sebastian Mayer ; PART I: THE ORIGINS OF NATO AND ITS BUREAUCRATIC DEVELOPMENT DURING THE COLD WAR ; 2. From London to Brussels: Emergence and Development of a Politico-Administrative System; Gustav Schmidt ; 3. Institutionalizing NATO's Military Bureaucracy: The Making of an Integrated Chain of Command; Dieter Kruger ; PART II: CHANGING SECURITY CHALLENGES AND NATO'S NEW IDENTITY ; 4. Post-Bipolar Challenges: New Visions and New Activities; Trine Flockhart ; 5. Self-Presentation and Impression Management: NATO's New Public Diplomacy; Odette Tomescu-Hatto ; PART III: NATO'S POST-COLD WAR BUREAUCRACY, CONSENSUS-BUILDING, AND DECISION-MAKING ; 6. NATO Decision-Making: The 'Consensus Rule' Endures Despite Challenges; Leo G. Michel ; 7. The Changing Role of NATO's Secretary General; Ryan C. Hendrickson ; 8. Coping with Complexity: Informal Political Forums at NATO's Headquarters; Sebastian Mayer and Olaf Theiler ; 9. Enduring Rules, Changing Practices: NATO's Post-Cold War Military Committee and International Military Staff; Jo G. Gade and Paal Sigurd Hilde ; 10. Perfectly Flawed? The Evolution of NATO's Force Generation Process; John R. Deni ; 11. The Impact of NATO's Defence Planning and Force Generation on Member States; Christian Tuschhoff ; PART IV. NATO'S RELATIONS WITH THIRD-PARTY ACTORS ; 12. NATO's Troubled Relations with Partner Organizations. A Resource Dependence Explanation; Rafael Bierman ; 13. In the Line of Fire: NATO-NGO Relations from Bosnia to Afghanistan; M. J. Williams ; 14. Partners vs. Members? NATO as an Arena for Coalitions; Janne Haaland Matl̀ry ; PART V: EXTERNAL POWER STRUCTURES AND GLOBAL SECURITY ; 15. Informal Cooperation Beyond the Alliance; Mette Eilstrup-Sangiovanni ; 16. NATO's Transformation and Global Security; Sean Kay and Magnus Petersson ; 17. Conclusion: NATO's Transformed Provision of Security; Sebastian Mayer
This collection portrays NATO's post-Cold War bureaucracy, decision-shaping and -making at Brussels Headquarters, identifies changes therein and evaluates their implications for the pursuit of external security with accompanying shifts in the locus of governance. It does so using the analytical concept of 'internationalization' which draws upon neo-institutionalist insights: a process by which national procedures of a policy area are linked with - or shift to - international organizations and thus enhance their significance. While some chapters centre on NATO's new post-Cold War security environment or changed power structures impacting on Alliance politics, the majority of authors describe NATO's new or adapted administrative bodies, associated operational roles and political procedures, its cooperation with third-party actors, and assess associated levels of internationalization. It becomes clear that although governments evidently remain key shapers of political processes, they now face thicker institutional structures of rules and common practices which implies adaptation and changes in national policies (site de l'éditeur)
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