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Transformation of the U.S. Hegemony in Europe through NATO after the Cold War

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  • Submitted: 11/05/2006
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AS and A Level European Union

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M. E. T. U

DEPARTMENT OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS

THE MAKING OF EUROPEAN SECURITY

(Prof. Dr. Mustafa TÜRKES)

Transformation of the U.S. Hegemony in Europe through NATO after the Cold War

Prepared by Sinan Tas

Mar 29th, 2006

CONTENTS

Contents

Abstract 1

1. Introduction 1

2. United States' Security Hegemony in Europe in Post Cold War

Period, the Challenges and the Transformation of Hegemony 2

Establishment of the United States Security Hegemony 2

The Rising Challenge: The Background of the ESDP 4

Transformation of the U.S. Hegemonic Project in Europe 5

Berlin and Brussels (1996) Foreign and Defense Ministerial Meetings 7

Amsterdam EU Summit (1997) and St.Malo Summit (1998) 9

U.S. Response to the Challenge and Washington Summit (1999) 10

Afterwards 11

3. Conclusion 14

References 16

Abstract

This study argues the U.S. prolonged hegemony efforts in Europe after the Cold War. What were the changing conditions with the end of the Cold War, How did this change effect the U.S. involvement

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