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“Can the EU be a credible international security actor without the integration of the Member States’ militaries?”
(University of Canterbury. NCRE, 2015)
Like a phoenix rising from the ashes, Europe emerged from World War Two as something akin to a new creation. Gone were the days of aggressive militarism and war, in its place would be civilian power and democracy; or so ...
Philosophical foundations for a constructivist and institutionalist relationship between the European Union and Australia.
(University of Canterbury. National Centre for Research on Europe, 2014)
The European Union (EU) and Australia share a significant volume of historical connections in languages, cultures, economic and trade relationships, political views and ideas. These associations have had different levels ...