By H. Dijkstra
Ecu international coverage has lengthy been thought of the unique area of member states. This ebook demanding situations such state-centered knowledge by means of studying the effect of Brussels-based european officers within the region of protection and defence. utilizing case reviews and precise insights from over 100 interviews this publication exhibits how daily coverage is made in perform
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Yet these involve the same costs that were the reason to delegate in the first place. g. Bawn 1995). In the absence of parallel information-gathering channels in the national capitals, EU officials thus likely hold information surpluses. Gathering information is one thing, processing it quite another. EU officials can benefit, in this respect, from their content expertise (Wall and Lynn 1993; Beach 2005; Tallberg 2006). In everyday politics, EU officials are dealing with the diplomats of the permanent representations.
4 The label of “sovereignty” seems to better reflect the language of international relations and the symbolism and uncertainty related to the sovereignty of states than the “agency” of firms in the market economy. Sovereignty costs are most relevant in international organizations involving delegation. They are high “when international arrangements impinge on the relations between a state and its citizens or territory” (Abbott and Snidal 2000: 437) and low if agreements only put limits on the behavior of states in specific circumstances.
It then discusses the decision-making process in Brussels, during which Solana and his civil servants presented the member states with a fait accompli and found an innovative way of financing the operation. It subsequently moves on to the implementation phase, in which the EU officials held leadership positions in the mission. As with the previous chapter, this chapter ends by giving an overview of the influence of EU officials. Chapter 7 is about the military operation of the EU in Chad and the Central African Republic (2008–2009).
Policy-Making in EU Security and Defense: An Institutional Perspective by H. Dijkstra