External Policies of the European Union
Based on an innovative framework for analyzing the EU's external politics, this book provides a historical overview of and theoretical conclusions about the EU's global role. Taking an original approach, it highlights the expanding political science literature on Europe's international role in a range of external policy domains.
Preface; A civilian power in the world? Instruments and objectives in European Union external policies, Jan Orbie; The European Union's role in world trade: harnessing globalisation?, Jan Orbie; The European Union's international development policy: leading and benevolent?, Jan Orbie and Helen Versluys; European Union humanitarian aid: lifesaver or political tool?, Helen Versluys; The external dimension of EU asylum and migration policy: expanding Fortress Europe?, Steven Sterkx; Legal power and normative sources in the field of social policy: normative power Europe at work?, Tonia Novitz; Green civilian power Europe?, Edith Vanden Brande; The external dimension of EU competition policy: exporting Europe's core business?, Angela Wigger; EU external energy policies: a paradox of integration, Andrei V. Belyi; 'Everybody needs good neighbours': the EU and its neighbourhood, Viktoriya Khasson, Syuzanna Vasilyan and Hendrik Vos; Civilian power Europe and Eastern enlargement: the more the merrier?, Eline De Ridder, An Schrijvers and Hendrik Vos; Index.