Eurostrategics Revisited. The Big European states’ strategic cultures in historical and contemporary context and European integration
The article examines the strategic cultures of major state actors in Europe, i.e. Great Britain, France and Germany. Using strategic theory we attempt to highlight the strategic role of these hegemonic powers throughout history, especially their antagonism and their attitude towards the project of European integration.
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