Kirchner, Emil J. and Sperling, James (1995) "The Changing Definition of Security". In: UNSPECIFIED, Charleston, SC. (Unpublished)
The end of the cold war security order and its sudden transformation in 1989 has altered the structure of the European state system, intensified the interrelationship between military security and economic security and possibly inverted their relative importance, and raised new possibilities for cooperation in military and economic affairs. These changes also raise questions about the institutional choices available to reconfigure the European security space and the consequences of the choices already made. In this paper, we examine the causes and consequences of the reconfiguration of the institutions of European security that constitute, in turn, the building blocks of the new European security architecture.
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