Whitman, Richard G. (1999) “Developing Capabilities Reducing Expectations: The Rebirth of Civilian Power Europe?”. In: UNSPECIFIED, Pittsburgh, PA. (Unpublished)
The capability-expectations gap, advance by Christopher Hill in 1993 as a starting-point from which to conceptualize Europe’s international role, brought into sharp focus both the contemporary European Community (EC) art-of-the-state and the state-of-the-art in the study of the EC’s world role. The capabilities-expectations gap delineated two gaps: first, the gap between the capabilities of the Union and the expectations made of it; second, a gap between the expectation that we should have the ability to theorise about the EC and our capability to do so.
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