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Fb2 External Economic Relations and Foreign Policy in the European Union (Europainstitut Wirtschaftsuniversität Wien Schriftenreihe Europainstitut Wirtschaftsuniversität Wien Publication Series) ePub

by Stefan Griller,Birgit Weidel

Category: Social Sciences
Subcategory: Other
Author: Stefan Griller,Birgit Weidel
ISBN: 3211837264
ISBN13: 978-3211837269
Language: English
Publisher: Springer; 1 edition (September 19, 2002)
Pages: 512
Fb2 eBook: 1681 kb
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External Economic Relations and Foreign Policy in the European Union (Europainstitut ät Wien Schriftenreihe, Europainstitut ät Wien Publication Series). Published September 19, 2002 by Springer.

Griller Stefan, Weidel Birgit Springer 9783211837269 : The challenges of globalisation call for a strong role of the Europe.

External Economic Relations and Foreign Policy in the European Union Griller Stefan, Weidel Birgit Springer 9783211837269 : The challenges of globalisation call for a strong role of the Europe. Дата издания: 2002 Серия: Europainstitut Г¤t Wien Schriftenreihe, Europainstitut Г¤t Wien Publication Series Язык: ENG Размер: 2. 9 x 1. 0 x . 4 cm Читательская аудитория: Professional & vocational Рейтинг: Поставляется из: Германии Описание: The challenges of globalisation call for a strong role of the European Union as an international actor.

The artificial distinction between external economic relations, as a subject of the supranational first pillar, and foreign policy, as a subject of the intergovernmental second pillar undermines consistent policy-making and significantly weakens the EU's performance on th. .

The artificial distinction between external economic relations, as a subject of the supranational first pillar, and foreign policy, as a subject of the intergovernmental second pillar undermines consistent policy-making and significantly weakens the EU's performance on the international scene.

The book examines the relationship between national identity and foreign policy discourses on Russia in Germany, Poland and Finland in the years 2005–2015. The case studies focus on the Nord Stream pipeline controversy, the 2008 Russian-Georgian war, the post-electoral protests in Russian cities in 2011–2012 and the Ukraine crisis. The book argues that divergent foreign policy narratives of Russia are rooted in different national identity constructions.

Series - European Community Studies Association of Austria(ECSA Austria) Publication/ Schriftenreihe Der Osterreichischen Gesellschaft Fur Europaforschung ) (English).

ensures coordination of the broad economic and social policy and sets out guidelines for the Common Foreign and . The Council of the European Union represents governments, the Parliament represents citizens and the Commission represents the European interest.

ensures coordination of the broad economic and social policy and sets out guidelines for the Common Foreign and Security Policy (CFSP). concludes international agreements. Essentially, the Council of the European Union, Parliament or another party place a request for legislation to the Commission. The Commission then drafts this and presents it to the Parliament and the Council of the European Union, where in most cases both must give their assent.

The European Union (EU) is facing internal and external challenges that were almost inconceivable until a few years ago. They include the rise of nationalism, fissures in the European project, economic inequalities and an ever-growing urgency to mitigate climate change and find . They include the rise of nationalism, fissures in the European project, economic inequalities and an ever-growing urgency to mitigate climate change and find a coordinated response to international mobility and forced displacement. In a similar vein, the context in which nations interact in world politics has altered substantially

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About the book Richard YOUNGS is Senior Associate in the Democracy and Rule of Law Programme at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, Brussels.

Richard YOUNGS is Senior Associate in the Democracy and Rule of Law Programme at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, Brussels.

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The challenges of globalisation call for a strong role of the European Union as an international actor. Despite its economic importance, the EU has not been able to assert a corresponding influence on the course of international politics. The artificial distinction between external economic relations, as a subject of the supranational first pillar, and foreign policy, as a subject of the intergovernmental second pillar undermines consistent policy-making and significantly weakens the EU's performance on the international scene. This book illustrates the inextricable link between political and economic aspects of external relations and the constitutional dimension of this area. Provided with a thorough analysis of competence and representation issues the reader will gain a more profound understanding of the complex area of EU external relations.
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