The European Union is perceived by the European Union scholars as Kantian because of the soft power, the EU values, its aid assistance and the promotion of multilateralism. However, in reality, the European Union is not Kantian because it does not follow Kant's essay on "Perpetual Peace: A Philosophical Sketch". The EU has its own standing armies and also behave itself as a big creditor, which are in contrast to Kant's preliminary article 3 and 4 stated that there should be no standing armies and no international debts. This book will explore the identity of the European Union as Kantian Neoliberalism and the existence of Kant's Perpetual Peace in the 21st century by using case studies from the EU's overall Military policies and its development policies.
Product typeKsiążka w miękkiej okładce
The European Union as Kantian Neoliberalism
The Existence of Kant's Perpetual Peace in the 21st Century
Data dostawy:pomiędzy 27, sierpnia, poniedziałek a 29, sierpnia, środa