Under certain conditions, such as security crises, an integrated external EU counter-terrorism policy can emerge without leading to the supra-nationalisation of policy-making. This paper analyses the role of the High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy with the objective of assessing the influence that such figure can have on the governance of EU counter-terrorism policies. It does so by assessing the EU’s response to three security crises, namely: the 9/11 attacks and the subsequent bombings in Madrid (2004) and London (2005); the Arab Spring and the following destabilisation of the Middle East and North Africa (MENA); and the emergence and spread of Da’esh.
|Titolo:||From 9/11 to Da’esh: What role for the High Representative in the external dimension of EU counter-terrorism policies?|
Amadio Viceré, Maria Giulia (Corresponding)
|Data di pubblicazione:||2015|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||05.1 - Working Paper|