Towards a ‘Cyber Maastricht’: Two Steps Forward, One Step Back
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This chapter evaluates the EU’s cybersecurity policy from four perspectives – neofunctionalism, liberal intergovernmentalism, post-functionalism, and the imperial paradigm. A search for a theory-based framework is performed to ensure that the analysis in this chapter is completed within a set of boundaries, and does not stray into speculation about the EU’s prospective strategic steps. Using this contribution’s findings and elaborations, a proposal on the policy-associated model is made. Having observed the empirical data, while analytically reflecting on actuality, it can be argued that a ‘Cyber Maastricht’ is long overdue.
|Title of host publication||The Future of the European Union: Demisting the debate|
|Editors||Mark Harwood, Stefano Moncada, Roderick Pace|
|Place of Publication||Malta|
|Publication status||Published - 2020|
|MoEC publication type||A3 Part of a book or another research book|