Theorizing Internal Security in the European Union
10 Nov 2016
Oxford University Press
Bossong, Raphael; Rhinard, Mark
The book provides an essential primer and reference book for researching one of the most central areas of EU integration over the last twenty years, namely cooperation in matters of internal security. This area ranges from the fight against international terrorism to migration and border security, and has trigged strongly divergent views on the legitimacy of security policies and the respective role of public authorities beyond the nation state. Some of the most
distinguished scholars in the field are, for the first time, assembled in this single volume and provide an authoritative overview of major theoretical perspectives on EU internal security cooperation.