Published September 25, 2006
by Routledge .
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||208|
An incisive new analysis of transatlantic security cooperation, probing the roots as well as the future directions of this key relationship in world affairs. Since the s, this cooperation has expanded from traditional military security issues into countering terrorism, international organized crime and drug by: Book Description An incisive new analysis of transatlantic security cooperation, probing the roots as well as the future directions of this key relationship in world affairs. Since the s, this cooperation has expanded from traditional military security issues into countering terrorism, international organized crime and drug trafficking. 5. Transatlantic Law Enforcement Cooperation: The Agreements between Europol and the United States. 6. The Passenger Name Record Agreements between the European Union and the United States. 7. Conclusion. About the Author. Dimitrios Anagnostakis is a researcher on international security, terrorism, the European Union, and transatlantic relations. He is a . In this context, the German Marshall Fund of the United States conducted a scenario exercise involving U.S. and European policymakers, strategic thinkers, and defense-industry representatives to identify the strategic, political, social, economic and environmental trends that will influence the future of transatlantic security cooperation and to formulate policy .
Published in: The US-EU Security Relationship» Get access to the full version Transatlantic cooperation in countering international terrorism has been illustrative of the new agenda of security issues. Although not strictly a new phenomenon, after the experience of 9/11 it became the dominant paradigm in Western security thinking. Equally, in the fight against terrorism, transatlantic cooperation is also very important. This book considers all these issues and presents a strong analysis of the future of transatlantic security relations from the perspective of the EU. Transatlantic intelligence and security cooperation The mismatch between the narrow national focus of recent inquiries into intelligence-related episodes and the growing importance of multinational cooperation has further clouded our understanding in this area. The 9/11 Commission has probed bureaucratic divisions within the United States only. Coming at a time characterised as 'the deepest transatlantic crisis in the post-World War II era', it focused on the EU and US strategic concepts, EU-NATO cooperation, armaments cooperation, and future trends for the transatlantic link.
On 12 June , Lara Klossek, on behalf of SADF, attended a conference organised by the German Marshall Fund, titled: ‘European Defence & Transatlantic Security Cooperation’. In their opening remarks, Mr Bruno Lété, Senior Fellow, Security and Defence Program at the German Marshall Fund and Mr. Chris Lombardi, Vice President for European Business . The increasing levels of transatlantic security cooperation since 9/11 have given birth to new policy instruments. These have often been criticised for shifting the balance between liberty and security. This paper explores new policy avenues worth pursuing in the broader security context. Transatlantic Counter-terrorism Cooperation. The events of 9/11 brought the subject of international terrorism to the top of the global security agenda. the transatlantic relationship and eu-u.s. cooperation in security | President of the EU Commission M. Barroso in his State of the Union speech, “let's be under no illusions: we will not have the weight we need in the world without a common defence policy.”File Size: KB.