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Europe's Hybrid Threats

What Kinds of Power Does the EU Need in the 21st Century?

Editor(s): Giray Sadık
Contributors: Claudio Lanza, Zeynep Arkan-Tuncel, Filiz Coban, Helene Cristini, Kivanc Ulusoy, Giray Sadik, Maria Raquel Freire;

Book Description

Hybrid threats posed by various combinations of state and non-state actors have presented considerable transnational challenges to EU-members and NATO-allies. This ongoing rise of hybrid threats, ranging from political instability in Eastern Europe and the Middle East to the resulting mass refugee influx and terrorism in the European neighborhood, stress the need to timely discuss important questions about hybrid threats and the venues for effective Euro-Atlantic cooperation, including post-Brexit policy implications. This edited volume presents comprehensive analyses from various experts on these interrelated issues, and, thus, represents an essential source for scholars and practitioners of European politics and international relations with an interest in contemporary transnational security issues. In addition, this book will be useful as up-to-date coursework material for courses on European security and foreign policy, international security and strategic studies, unconventional warfare, and transatlantic relations.


ISBN-13: 978-1-4438-8179-1
ISBN-10: 1-4438-8179-1
Date of Publication: 01/06/2017
Pages / Size: 135 / A5
Price: £58.99


Dr Giray Sadık is Associate Professor and Vice Chair in the Department of International Relations in the Faculty of Political Science at Ankara Yıldırım Beyazıt University, Turkey. He was previously a Swedish Institute Postdoctoral Fellow in the Department of Global Political Studies (GPS) at Malmö University, Sweden, and is the Vice-President of the Research Committee on Armed Forces and Society of International Political Science Association. He received his PhD in Political Science from the University of Georgia, USA, specializing in International Relations and Comparative Politics.