Journal title TEORIA POLITICA
Author/s Sonia Lucarelli
Publishing Year 2002 Issue 2002/2 Language Italian
Pages 34 P. File size 129 KB
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Since the beginning of the last decade, apparently rediscovering the theory of democratic peace of Kantian memory, all institutions of the so-called European security architecture, plus the US, dedicated a substantial part of their redefined (external) role to democratisation. This (re)discovered emphasis has clearly been a response to post-bipolar security (lack of clearly defined) challenges but has had implications that have gone beyond the specific interests of each actor involved. The discourse and practice of democracy-export has in fact contributed to creating the conditions for the definition of a system of democratic security communities in Europe characterised by different degrees of maturity and tightness, but with a common sense of «us »: liberal democracy. This article investigates the role of Nato and the European Union in this community-building effort.
Sonia Lucarelli, Unione Europea. Nato e la costruzione di comunità di sicurezza democratiche in Europa Centro-orientale in "TEORIA POLITICA" 2/2002, pp , DOI: