Chapter 1: Introduction: A Maritime Foreign and Security Power in the Making?.-Chapter 2: EU Maritime Foreign Policies Between Norms and Economic Interests: Piracy and Maritime Labour Standards.- Chapter 3: The EU`s Naval Mission Sophia: A Humanitarian Operation to Help Refugees in Distress at Sea?.- Chapter 4: A Maritime Global Commons Power in the Making? On the Characteristics of EU policies Towards the High Seas: The Arctic and the Maritime Security Strategy.- Chapter 5: An Actor With Agency: The Influence of the Commission on EU Maritime Foreign and Security Policies.-Chapter 6: Beyond the Pillar Divide: The Administrative Functioning of EU Maritime Foreign and Security Policy.- Chapter 7: EU Maritime Foreign and Security Integration - Explaining the EU Maritime Security Strategy.-Chapter 8: Driven by Geopolitical Events? The Impact of the Ukraine Crisis on EU Maritime Foreign and Security Policies.- Chapter 9: Expertise and Circumvention: How the Commission Influences the EU`s Maritime Foreign and Security Policies.- Chapter 10: Why Not Fight Piracy Through NATO? Explaining the EU's First Naval Mission - EU NAVFOR Atalanta.- Chapter 11: EU Maritime Foreign and Security Policies: Aims, Actors and Mechanisms of Integration.
Marianne Riddervold is an Associate Professor at Inland Norway University of Applied Sciences, a Senior Fellow at UC Berkeley Institute of European Studies, California, USA, and a Guest Researcher at ARENA - Centre for European Studies at the University of Oslo, Norway.