The Middle East Peace Process and the EU: Foreign Policy and Security Strategy in International Politics by Taylan Özgür KayaThe Middle East Peace Process and the EU: Foreign Policy and Security Strategy in International Politics by Taylan Özgür Kaya

The Middle East Peace Process and the EU: Foreign Policy and Security Strategy in International…

byTaylan Özgür Kaya

Hardcover | December 17, 2012

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In the post-9/11 era, the EU has attempted to shape itself into, and certainly has aspirations of being, a key foreign and security policy actor in international politics. Here, Taylan Özgür Kaya looks at how this is enacted, with particular reference to the EU's role in the Middle East Peace Process. Expanding its political, diplomatic, economic and security role in the region, the EU, whilst still being the junior partner to the US, has increasingly played a more conspicuous role in the attempts to resolve (or at least mediate) conflict in the Middle East. Bearing this in mind, Kaya examines to what extent the EU manages to live up to its self-image as a key player in conflict resolution and crisis management in the region and beyond. With the future of the EU ever more in the spotlight, this book will appeal both to researchers of the Peace Process and to policy-makers in the EU.

Taylan Özgür Kaya is Research Assistant at the Department of International Relations of Middle East Technical University (Turkey). He holds a PhD from the Department of International Relations of Middle East Technical University.
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Title:The Middle East Peace Process and the EU: Foreign Policy and Security Strategy in International…Format:HardcoverDimensions:304 pages, 11.01 × 5.75 × 1.09 inPublished:December 17, 2012Publisher:I.B. Tauris & Co LtdLanguage:English

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Table of Contents

Introduction * Theoretical Framework for Analysis * The EU's Foreign and Security Policy Rose Conceptions * A Historical Overview of the EC/EU's Involvement in the Arab-Israeli Conflict and the MEPP in the Pre-9/11 Era * Analysis of the Level of Congruity between the EU's Role Conceptions and Role Performance in the MEPP in the Post-9/11 Era * Conclusion