EU:s Säkerhets- och Utvecklingspolitiska Nexus genom Policy Regimteori och Normativ Institutionalism
Summary, in Swedish
EU's vision for a more integrated foreign policy and for a more integrated approach to security and development would be demonstrated by bringing the security-development nexus under the institutional guidance of the European External Action Service following the Lisbon Treaty in 2009.
This thesis proposes a new theoretical framework for analyzing normative dimensions in a specific policy area that has undergone extensive institutional changes. The use of the theoretical framework is illustrated by an empirical study of a key EU policy domain, the security–development nexus, that illustrates EU’s normative and political engagement with the changing global context.
- Law and Political Science
- Security-Development Nexus
- Normative Institutionalism
- Policy Regime Theory
- Lisbon treaty
- European External Action Service
- Mattias Nowak