THE TRANSATLANTIC PARTNERSHIP AT A CROSSROADS: RENEWAL IR DECOUPLINGConstantine Arvanitopoulos
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Επιμελητής: Fay Vasiliadis
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Κατηγορίες: Διατλαντική Συνεργασία, Διεθνείς Σχέσεις, Διεθνής Ασφάλεια, Διπλωματία, Ευρωπαϊκή Ένωση, ΝΑΤΟ, Πολιτική
Κωδικός ΕΥΔΟΞΟΥ: 978-618-5027-98-8
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Κωδικός προϊόντος: ΕΕ 1175
Today, The Transatlantic Partnership is facing two pivotal challenges. One external and one internal. The external challenge concerns the rise of two great revisionist powers, Russia and China, as well as Islamic radicalism. The internal challenge is the declining will of the US to defend the international order it created and the fracturation of the core of this order. These global shifts require of the Atlantic Partnership to reexamine its common interests and values, as well as its capabilities and strategic objectives. Both sides of the Atlantic are in the process of redefining their role in the emerging world order.
This monograph suggests that there is need for a new bargain of a more equal Transatlantic Partnership. Stronger trade relationships through revitalized negotiations for TTIP, and a more even defense relationship with Europe, addressing the disparity in military capabilities with the US, and the question of burden sharing. The two sides of the Atlantic need to draft a renewed Transatlantic Agenda, providing a coherent and comprehensivestrategy for the Transatlantic Partnership in the 21st century. Political consultation needs to be intensified at all levels, along with the institutional nexus of the Atlantic Partnership. A strong Transatlantic Partnership is the only way to avert the pendulum from shifting away from the West and its ideals.
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Constantine Arvanitopoulos, former Minister of Education, is a Professor of International Relations at the Department of International and European Studies at Panteion University, Athens. He is a graduate of Panteion University and holds an MA and a PhD in International Relations from the School of International Service, American University, Washington DC. He has been a Lecturer on International Relations and Comparative Politics at the School of International Service at the American University (1987-89), a Post-doctoral Fellow at the Center for European Studies at Harvard University (1990-92), and an Assistant Professor of Government and European Politics at the Department of Public and International Affairs at George Mason University (1992-95). He has served as Chair of the Department of International and European Studies at Panteion University from 2006 to 2010, and Member of the High Council of the European University Institute, Florence, as a representative of Greece, for 5 years (2004-2009). His research interests focus on International Relations theory, political theory, European Politics, and US foreign policy analysis. He has taught courses on theory and methodology of International Relations, European politics, and comparative politics. He has written books on the Transition from Authoritarianism to Democracy, the Transatlantic Relations, US Foreign Policy, and a textbook on International Relations. His latest book is on European Liberalism. He is currently writing a book on the Greco-Roman Origins of Republicanism. His latest appointments include the following: Member of the Greek Parliament with New Democracy. He has served as Minister of Education from June 2012 until June 2014. During his tenure as Minister of Education he ran the Presidency of the European Council (level of Ministers of Education) for 6 months (1/1/2014– 31/6/2014) and was in close cooperation with the European Commissioner for Education, Culture, Multilingualism and Youth, for the support of Erasmus+ Initiatives for policy innovation. On November 11, 2011, he was appointed Alternate Minister of Education, Lifelong Learning and Religion, in the coalition Government of Lucas . He was the Director of the Office of the President of the political party New Democracy, from 2009 until 2011, and Director General of the Constantinos Karamanlis Institute for Democracy, from 2000 until 2010. He has also served as Representative of New Democracy to the National Council of Foreign Policy, Member of the Academic Council of the Centre for European Studies (CES) and Member of the Board of Directors of UNESCO-Greece. He was the spokesperson for New Democracy during the national September2007 elections."