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Les développements de la PESC : vers une politique étrangère européenne ?

Abstract : International scene evolutions gradually show that states do not have the means anymore to fulfil all the functions ensued to the traditional exercise of their sovereignty. The European construction is an answer to this phenomenon but also an accelerator. The last evolution that the European Union experienced is its member states' willing to unite politically. This led to the creation of the common foreign and security policy. In this context, should we think that this evolution anticipates more important ones and that European states will transfer their powers in the diplomatie and military fields to the European Union? It is in particular by studying of the institutional system of the CFSP and its evolutions, by studying the mainstreams shaping the national diplomacies approach in the field and by studying the current proposal for CFSP evolution that we will be able to answer this question.
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Denis Guillerme. Les développements de la PESC : vers une politique étrangère européenne ?. Science politique. 2006. ⟨dumas-00811422⟩



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