The New International Relations of Europe | Rowman & Littlefield
The New International Relations of Europe
The Cold War began in Europe and its end has had its most direct and profound effect on that continent. Not only have forms of governments changed but the nature, scope, and dimension of relations among the peoples and countries of the region have also been dramatically altered. This series is devoted to works that address the new international relations of post-Cold War Europe from a number of perspectives, reflecting the variety of dynamics that have emerged as well as new trends in research and teaching. Works in the series focus on evolving cross-border relations among the states of Western and Eastern Europe; the nature, membership, and actions of the alliances of Europe; the foreign policies of individual or groups of states; and the interaction between the region and other parts of the world. At the same time, non-state issues affecting the international human relations of the region also are part of the series. These include environmental problems, human migration and movement, and transnational economic concerns such as trade and finance. The series thus is home to volumes utilizing various approaches, both substantive and theoretical-and with emphases on states, individuals, groups, or international organizations. We encourage original work as well as syntheses that will be appropriate for classroom use.

Editor(s): Ronald H. Linden, Series Editor