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International Relations and the European Union

International Relations and the European Union - 2nd edition

International Relations and the European Union - 2nd edition

ISBN13: 9780199544806

ISBN10: 0199544808

International Relations and the European Union by Christopher Hill and Michael Smith - ISBN 9780199544806
Cover type: Paperback
Edition: 2ND 11
Copyright: 2011
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Published: 2011
International: No
International Relations and the European Union by Christopher Hill and Michael Smith - ISBN 9780199544806

ISBN13: 9780199544806

ISBN10: 0199544808

Cover type: Paperback
Edition: 2ND 11

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Summary

International Relations and the European Unionuniquely incorporates the study of the EU's world role into the wider field of International Relations. New chapters on the EU's relationships with emerging world powers, and its stance on energy and environmental policy confirm the second edition as the leading textbook on this subject.

Beginning with an examination of theoretical and methodological frameworks, the book goes on to address the institutions and processes that surround the EU's international relations. Areas of key policy substance, such as security and trade are then outlined in detail, alongside the EU's relations with specific countries including the United States, China, India and Russia.

The second edition ofInternational Relations and the European Unionis thoroughly up-to-date with all the latest developments including the ratification of the Lisbon Treaty and the consequences of the global financial crisis. Contributions from leading experts encourage students to think critically about the EU's role in world politics over the last fifty years and ask: who and what is the EU for, in its international relations? What should it be trying to achieve?

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