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NATO, neutrality and national identity

NATO, neutrality and national identity

the case of Austria and Hungary

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Published by Böhlau in Wien .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • North Atlantic Treaty Organization -- Austria,
  • North Atlantic Treaty Organization -- Hungary,
  • National security -- Austria,
  • National security -- Hungary,
  • Neutrality -- Austria,
  • Neutrality -- Hungary,
  • National security -- Europe

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    StatementAndrás Kovács, Ruth Wodak (eds.).
    ContributionsKovács, András, 1947-, Wodak, Ruth, 1950-
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsUA646.5.A9 K68 2003
    The Physical Object
    Pagination494 p. :
    Number of Pages494
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22541053M
    ISBN 103205770757

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The book does not focus on the manifold security problems that the concerned nations’ joining of NATO would entail but deals with the discourses and debates on neutrality and NATO. The argumentation strategies that were applied in these discourses and debates touch on important motives of national identity and are thus creating identity.

Additional Physical Format: Online version: NATO, neutrality and national identity. Wien: Böhlau, © (OCoLC) Material Type: Internet resource. The book does not focus on the manifold security problems that the concerned nations' joining of NATO would entail but deals with the discourses and debates on neutrality and NATO.

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Neutrality and Austrian Identity: Discourse on NATO and Neutrality as Reflected in Public Opinion In book: NATO, Neutrality and National Identity, Chapter: 12, Publisher: Böhlau Verlag. Neutrality and identity in the speeches of Austrian presidents on the National Day () in the Second Republic.

In: András Kovács and Ruth Wodak (eds). Nato, Neutrality and National Identity. Wien: Böhlau, – Understanding neutrality as a norm helps clarify how neutrality becomes embedded in national identity, what it shows about the interactions between domestic belief systems and international Author: Andrew Cottey.

The results are presented in the book "NATO, Neutrality and National Identity - the Case of Ausria and Hungary".The book does not focus on the manifold security problems that the concerned nations' joining of NATO would entail but deals with the discourses and debates on neutrality and NATO.

Gertraud Benke and Ruth Wodak provide in-depth analysis of a debate on Austrian National Television on "NATO and Neutrality," a microcosm of Austrian popular opinion that exposed all positions and ideological preferences on neutrality.

The historian Oliver Rathkolb surveys international perceptions of Austrian neutrality over the past half-century. Rather than a security policy in the strict sense, it has become a cornerstone of Swedish national identity. Yet, in the past decade the neutrality tradition has been called into question.

This book analyzes the emergence, institutionalization, and reassessment of neutrality, of the notion of peace as a national good, from the 16th century to. Gertraud Benke and Ruth Wodak provide in-depth analysis of a debate on Austrian National Television on "NATO and Neutrality," a microcosm of Austrian popular opinion that exposed all positions and ideological preferences on neutrality.

The historian Oliver Rathkolb surveys international perceptions of Austrian neutrality over the past : Taylor And Francis. Gertraud Benke and Ruth Wodak provide in-depth analysis of a debate on Austrian National Television on "NATO and Neutrality," a microcosm of Austrian popular opinion that exposed all positions and ideological preferences on neutrality.

The historian Oliver Rathkolb surveys international perceptions of Austrian neutrality over the past by: 9. Depending on theoretical tradition, discipline, or field of research and methodological taste, “national identity” might be discussed on the level of individuals, collective actors (political or cultural elites), or enclosed political entities (states or nations), and therefore differently defined and operationalized.

Yet, in the past decade the neutrality tradition has been called into question. What is meant by neutrality. Has Sweden ever been neutral. This book analyses the emergence, institutionalisation and reassessment of neutrality, of the notion of peace as a national good, from the sixteenth century to the present debate on NATO membership.

This book provides the first detailed comparative analysis of the unusual partnership between the main European neutral states and NATO. Neutrality and alliance membership are fundamentally incompatible, but through the vehicle of NATO’s post-Cold War partnerships the European neutral states and NATO have found a way to bridge this gap and cooperate with one another.

: Neutrality in Austria (Contemporary Austrian Studies) (): Gunter Bischof, Anton Pelinka, Ruth Wodak: Books. It is a great part of Austria’s national identity, which already school children are made aware of (Reinprecht/Latcheva ). But in the course of the time, the Austrian position has undergone drastic changes and so has the meaning of neutrality.

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Enlargement of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) is the process of including new member states in is a military alliance of twenty-seven European and two North American countries that constitutes a system of collective process of joining the alliance is governed by Article 10 of the North Atlantic Treaty, which allows only for the.

The Common Security and Defence Policy (CSDP) is the European Union's (EU) course of action in the fields of defence and crisis management, and a main component of the EU's Common Foreign and Security Policy (CFSP). The CSDP involves military or civilian missions being deployed to preserve peace, prevent conflict and strengthen international security in Current form: (Treaty of Lisbon).

After Stalin's death, during a respite in Cold War tensions inAustria managed to rid itself of a quadripartite occupation regime and become a neutral state. As the Cold War continued, Austria's policy of neutrality helped make this small country into an important mediator of. The Allies seek to contribute to the efforts of the international community in projecting stability and strengthening security outside NATO territory.

One of the means to do so is through cooperation and partnerships. Over more than 25 years, the Alliance has developed a network of partnerships with non-member countries from the Euro-Atlantic area, the. Sexuality in Austria - Ebook written by Gunter Bischof, Anton Pelinka, Dagmar Herzog. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices.

Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take. In Sweden, the country's relationship to NATO has always been a sensitive issue. It is part of Sweden’s national identity that it was one of the few European countries to remain neutral.

The successful maintenance of peace since made neutrality a widely popular doctrine in Sweden. Rather than a security policy in the strict sense, it has become a cornerstone of Swedish national identity.

Yet, in the past decade the neutrality. Austria: Engaged Neutrality Heinz Gärtner This chapter examines Austria’s policy of neutrality and Austria’s involve-ment with the European Union (EU) as a security actor and with NATO.

The chapter argues that Austrian security policy should be under - stood as one of engaged neutrality: a strong commitment to stay outside. Identity is the master variable for many constructivist scholars of international politics.

In this comparative study, Richard Ned Lebow shows that states do not have identities any more than people do. Leaders, peoples, and foreign actors seek to impose national identifications consistent with their political projects and psychological by: 4.

Reinprecht, Christoph, Latcheva, Rossaline () ‘ Neutrality and Austrian Identity: Discourse on NATO and Neutrality as Reflected in Public Opinion ’, in Kovács, A., Wodak, R.

(eds) NATO, Neutrality and National Identity: The Case of Austria and Hungary, pp. – Cologne: Böhlau. Google ScholarCited by: In order to provide for international security for its member states, NATO adapted its strategy in several strategic concepts.

The strategic concept of allowed for crisis-management operations of armed forces beyond the obligation to collective self-defence as enshrined in Art. 5 of the NATO-Treaty. Neutrality was strongly embedded in Sweden’s national identity and so it was necessary to reconstruct this identity to encompass a cosmopolitan postnational outlook.

Sweden’s defence can be characterised as denationalised because Sweden has an internationalist outlook which is grounded in social democratic ideals common in Scandinavian.

Within the space of roughly two decades, Sweden has changed from a neutral country to one that is currently engaged in a range of activities and practices that are far removed from the definition of neutrality. Its engagement with NATO, contribution of forces to Kosovo, Afghanistan and Libya, and its role as a leading framework nation in the emergent EU Battle Author: Annika Bergman Rosamond.

They have their own system of government. That doesn’t mean I need to be hostile toward them. And it may be in our national interest to work with them. I think NATO is in our national interest and is. I think a lot of our alliances are built on that.

Our national identity is a nation that believes in equality of all people. From Neutrality to Commitment: Dutch Foreign Policy, NATO and European Integration (International Library of Twentieth Century History) William Mallinson Until the mid-twentieth century, the Dutch, with their overseas empire, had managed to stay aloof from the machinations of intra-European fighting.

The successful maintenance of peace since made neutrality a widely popular doctrine in Sweden. Rather than a security policy in the strict sense, it has become a cornerstone of Swedish national identity.

Yet, in the past decade the neutrality tradition has been called into question. What is meant by neutrality. Has Sweden ever been neutral. This book analyses the. To date, Sweden has looked at whether or not it joins NATO as a matter of identity and image rather than an existential security issue.

After the end of World War II, Sweden chose to continue its policy of neutrality, which had served it well in both world wars and continued to do so during the Cold War. NATO Member Countries. NATO is an Alliance that consists of 30 independent member countries. Country by country, this page offers an overview of the links to national information servers and to the website of national delegations to NATO.

NATO now has 29 members ranging geographically east to west from the United Kingdom to countries of the former Soviet Union and north to south from Norway to Greece.

NATO’s intervention in the Bosnian war in signaled the beginning of a new role for a force effectively made redundant by the collapse of the Soviet Union in   Buy Neutrality in Austria by Anton Pelinka from Waterstones today! Click and Collect from your local Waterstones or get FREE UK delivery on orders over £Pages: Net neutrality rules currently require Internet service providers to treat all content equally, with regard to quality and throughput, regardless of its size, shape, origin, or destination.

In economic terms, the rules prohibit ISPs from creating premium classes of service, or "fast lanes.".