- Words: 2840
- Length: 10 Pages
- Topic: Government
- Paper #: 73106188
Interestingly enough, it can be observed that the usage of books as sources of material is relatively reduced in both articles.
After a series of analyses, Paul Cornish comes to the conclusion that, despite the tremendous international movements and advances, the security policy of the European Union remains unclear. The main reasons for this uncertainty are given primarily by the difficultly in predicting the country's subjection to any military threats,