International Relations Law of the European Union

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Longman, 1997 - Law - 249 pages
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The role of the EC in international relations is an area of increasing importance. Its legal implications are the subject of much controversy and debate. This text provides an up to date account of the law and practice of the external relations of the EC and its relationship with international, community and national law.

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The origins and development of the EC and the EU
7
The international legal personality of the EC and the EU
26
EC competence in international relations
40
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About the author (1997)

Dominic McGoldrick is Director of the International and European Law Unit, Faculty of Law, University of Liverpool.

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