The European Union’s ‘effectiveness’ in addressing Libyan issues in the eras 1985-1993 and 2011

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Publication Bachelor thesis
Title The European Union’s ‘effectiveness’ in addressing Libyan issues in the eras 1985-1993 and 2011
Author(s) Kristoffersson, Mattis
Date 2011
English abstract
This paper gives a historical institutionalist account of the European Union’s effectiveness when addressing Libyan issues in the time periods of 1985-1993 and in 2011. Effectiveness is defined through the application of a triangular model suggested by authors Charlotte Bretherton and John Vogler. Hence, the theoretical framework consists of the concepts of ”Presence”, ”Opportunity” and ”Capability”. Using sources such as the United Nations Security Council Resolutions and European Union Treaties and Regulations, I seek to explore how these three institutions have changed and evolved over time since 1985 thus investigating whether there have been changes to the effectiveness of the European Union.
Publisher Malmö högskola/Kultur och samhälle
Pages 39
Language eng (iso)
Subject(s) European Union
EU
External Relations
Effectiveness
Libya
Historical Institutionalist
Handle http://hdl.handle.net/2043/17944 (link to this page)

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