International Crisis Management: The Approach of European States

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Taylor & Francis, 2004 M12 10 - 344 páginas
Over the past fifty years, crisis management has become essential to achieving and maintaining national security. This book offers a comparative analysis of the preconditions and constraints nine European states place on their participation in international crisis management operations and the important consequences of such decisions, and provides a theoretical framework to help the reader understand this complex decision-making process.

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Marc Houben holds master's degrees in philosophy and information management and a doctorate in social sciences. He has written about issues in philosophy, public policy, strategy and security and saw action in several crisis management operations as an officer in the Royal Netherlands Marine Corps.

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