PAN-EUROPEAN SECURITY - Topics for students' presentations
Pan European Security 2016/7 – Prof. Lucarelli
Topics for Students’ presentations & debates
A realist approach to European security (e.g. John Mearsheimer’s view of European security);
A liberal approach to European security (e.g. John Ikenberry’s view of European security)
A constructivist approach to European security
Critical theory and the analysis of European security: a case-study (e.g. Critical Theory and the analysis of counterterrorism in Europe)
a case study of regional security governance
What was security during the Cold War?
Proliferation and non proliferation during the Cold WaR
Arms control during the Cold War
The Cold War and security institutions in Europe
The transformation of US's role after the Cold War
The transformation of Russia’s foreign policy after the Cold War
the Dayton Peace agreement 20 years on;
The Kosovo war
Historical evolution of EU’s external relations
The EU as a special type of power (civilian, normative, soft…) and the concept of “structural foreign policy”.
non CSDP external relations: the security component.
The EU Global Strategy: the document and the debate
The effects of Brexit on the CSDP
DEBATE: A European Army? Should the EU develop its own unitary and independent army?
NATO's historical developments (main steps);
NATO’S Strategic concepts (with particular attention to the core tasks set in the latest SC)
NATO-Russia relations: a chronology of events
the Warsaw Summit 2016
DEBATE: Is NATO’s enlargement to Monetenegro legitimate and appropriate? Positions: Nato’s view; Russia’s view.
Counter-terrorism, bringing examples of contemporary issues at stake
cyber-terrorism (bringing examples of contemporary issues at stake e.g. NATO's cyber-security tasks; or…)
Pubblicato il: 07 marzo 2017