Special issue. Challenging executive dominance: Legislature and foreign affairs

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Category: article
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Year: 2016
In journal: Special issue published by the journal West European Politics (WEP)


Table of contents

  • Towards Parliamentarization of Foreign and Security Policy?

          Tapio Raunio and Wolfgang Wagner

  • The Party Politics of Legislative-Executive Relations in Security and Defence Policy 

           Wolfgang Wagner, Anna Herranz-Surrallés, Juliet Kaarbo and Falk Ostermann

  • Legislatures and Civil-Military Relations in the U.S. and U.K.

          David P. Auerswald

  • Precedents, Parliaments, and Foreign Policy: Historical Analogy in the House of Commons Vote on Syria 

          Juliet Kaarbo and Daniel Kenealy

  • Curbing the Royal Prerogative to Use Military Force: The British House of Commons and the Conflicts in Libya and Syria 

          Patrick A. Mello

  • France’s Reluctant Parliamentarization of Military Deployments: The 2008 Constitutional Reform in Practice 

          Falk Ostermann

  • Public Critic or Secretive Monitor: Party objectives and legislative oversight of the military in Canada

          Philippe Lagassé and Stephen M. Saideman

  • Japan’s Uncertain Security Environment and Changes in its Legislative-Executive Relations

          Alexandra Sakaki and Kerstin Lukner

  • Parliamentary Scrutiny of the EU’s Common Foreign and Security Policy 

          Annika Herbel

  •  Energy Diplomacy under Scrutiny: Parliamentary Control of Intergovernmental Agreements with Third-Country Suppliers 

           Anna Herranz-Surrallés

  • TTIP and Legislative-Executive Relations in EU Trade Policy 

          Davor Jančić


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