From Hierarchy to Networks : Transatlantic Governance of Homeland Security
Journal of Global Change and Governance, 2007, 1, 1
PAWLAK, Patryk, From Hierarchy to Networks : Transatlantic Governance of Homeland Security, Journal of Global Change and Governance, 2007, 1, 1 - https://hdl.handle.net/1814/12402
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The article investigates how the emergence of homeland security issues on the international policy agenda has challenged the bilateral EU-US relationship. It argues that challenges in governance of transatlantic homeland security were overcome due to the shift from hierarchical to networked forms of governance. The creation of such transgovernmental networks stipulates several structural and cultural shifts that in effect led to more in-depth changes and redefined the rules of the relationship. At the empirical level, the article focuses on creation and development of the Political Dialogue on Border and Transportation Security established between high-level officials in 2004.
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