Project

Explaining change in US policy on European security architecture

Duration
01 October 2012 → 30 September 2017
Funding
Regional and community funding: Special Research Fund
Research disciplines
  • Social sciences
    • Other economics and business
    • Citizenship, immigration and political inequality
    • International and compartive politics
    • Multilevel governance
    • National politics
    • Political behaviour
    • Political organisations and institutions
    • Political theory and methodology
    • Public administration
    • Other political science
Keywords
policy change transatlantic relations security US foreign policy Common Security and Defence Policy
 
Project description

Through this research, we intend to explain why changes in US policy on European security architecture occur. By examining US policy on European security architecture from 1989 to 2013, we will determine the extent to which it is characterized by coninuity or change. We will then identify the independent variables that account for the instances of change in policy.