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Political Science in Europe

The European Union in the International Arena

European Union
 
International Relations
 
International
 
Panel Number
P445
Panel Chair
Kilian Spandler
University of Gothenburg
Section

Time
24/08/2018 11:00 - 12:40
Location
Building: VMP 5 Floor: Ground Room: Lecture Hall B1
Abstract
The EU as an international actor is facing multiple internal and external challenges, ranging from more assertive actors to its South and East and the crisis of the liberal world order to the rise of nationalist domestic constituencies and Brexit at home. How does the EU adapt its external policies and policy-making practices in light of these issues? How does it position itself in a world caught up in transition, and how does that affect its internal and external representation as an international actor? Who, in fact, is in charge in EU foreign policy-making roughly a decade after the Lisbon Treaty came into effect? Acknowledging that there are no generalizable answers to these questions, this panel investigates the EU’s external relations and international role in a range of different policy fields, including trade and development, climate diplomacy and security.

Paper List


Title Details
Caught Between the ACP and the AU: The European Union and Africa in the Post-Cotonou Partnership Agreement View Paper Details
Creeping Intergovernmentalism in the EU’s Common Commercial Policy View Paper Details
Official Communications of the European External Action Service with Russia: Crafting the Image of Normative Power Europe View Paper Details
The EU’s Climate Diplomacy Architecture and Practices: What Role for the Delegations? View Paper Details
The Influence of Beliefs: High Representative Federica Mogherini and the Ukraine Crises View Paper Details
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