A Foreign Policy without a State?
Helene Sjursen has published the chapter 'A Foreign Policy without a State? Accounting for the CFSP' in the volume 'Rethinking Foreign Policy'.
About the book
This edited volume is a tribute to, and a debate with, the scholarship of Walter Carlsnaes and his contribution to the study of foreign policy in both its conceptualization and application.
This book probes the theoretical boundaries of foreign policy analysis, and questions orthodox understandings of the field. It examines the Agency-Structure debate, the question of how human decision-making affects the norms and institutions of international interactions (and vice versa), and analyses how the study of foreign policy can be applied to the European Union as a supranational entity devoid of traditional statehood. Contributors offer an in-depth discussion on the intricacies of studying foreign policy, and provide new perspectives on the standing of the EU as a foreign policy entity.
'A Foreign Policy without a State? Accounting for the CFSP'
In: Rethinking Foreign Policy
Fredrik Nynader and Stefano Guzzini (eds)