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As a result of new strategic threats, Europe's land forces are currently undergoing a historic transformation which may reflect wider processes of European integration. Europe's mass, mainly conscript armies are being replaced by smaller, more capable, professionalised militaries concentrated into new operational headquarters and rapid reaction brigades, able to plan, command, and execute global military interventions. At the same time, these headquarters and brigades are co-operating with each other across national borders at a level which would have been inconceivable in the twentieth century. As a result, a transnational military network is appearing in Europe, the forces in which are converging on common forms of military expertise. This book is a groundbreaking study of the military dimensions of European integration, which have been largely ignored until now. It will appeal to scholars across the social sciences interested in the progress of the European project, and the nature of the military today.

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‘At a time when European armed forces are fighting a war in Afghanistan, this is a timely study of their post Cold War transformation. Stimulating without being critically contentious and systematic without being dull - clarity of argument gives the book its definitive scope.'

Christopher Coker - London School of Economics and Political Science

‘Broad in scope and meticulous in its scholarship, this important study offers an expert and incisive analysis of military thought and practice in twenty first century Europe. The Transformation of Europe's Armed Forces should be read by all those with an interest in British and European defence policy and in the evolving relationship between armed forces and liberal democratic society.’

Paul Cornish - Chatham House

‘Anthony King has blended sociological, strategic and military perspectives to produce a timely and illuminating analysis of the transformation of Europe’s armed forces. Military 'transnationalisation' is discussed against the background of the different strategic positions of leading European military powers; the potential outcomes of the war in Afghanistan are used to assess whether transnationalisation will occur in a re-invigorated or weaker NATO. This innovative book will appeal to a wide audience and to anyone interested in the future of European military institutions.’

Christopher Dandeker - King's College London

'This is a typically Anthony King book: beautifully written, researched in depth and built on an irrefutable timeline worthy of the best historians. And yet, Professor King is not an historian; he is a sociologist. It is this fresh perspective which gives the book vigour … Each chapter is minutely researched and offers a balanced perspective at three levels of analysis - the grand strategic, the operational and the tactical.'

Source: RUSI Journal

'… a well crafted and detailed empirical examination of the transformation of military forces in modern Europe … [King] has mastered the literature, spent a great deal of time with the military, interviewed senior officers, and produced a work that is a model of empirical rigor.'

Source: Contemporary Sociology

'… this is an excellent book and a valuable contribution to the literature on the post-Cold War adaptation of European armed forces. It should be read by practitioners and higher-level students of strategic studies.'

Source: International Affairs

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