The European Union in the World Community

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Carolyn Rhodes
Lynne Rienner Publishers, Jan 1, 1998 - Political Science - 259 pages
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Although the European Union as a supranational entity is the subject of much academic and policy analysis, there is little disagreement that the Union significantly shapes the policy orientations of member states toward one another. In the realm of foreign policy, however, the assessment of the EU's role in affecting or replacing member-state behaviour is much more mixed. This volume analyzes the character of the EU as an actor in international affairs.
 

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Contents

Far from Pushing
19
Barrier Facilitator
45
Toward a New Ostpolitik?
83
A Case of Deepening
147
European Trade Policy Integration
193
The European Union
213
Conclusions
231
Bibliography
237
List of Contributors
250
About the Book
259
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