International relations law of the European Union
The European Union has emerged as an increasingly important entity in global international relations, but the legal implications of this have been the subject of much controversy and debate. This book meets the need for a clear and wide-ranging account of the law and practice of the EU's international relations.
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The origins and development of the EC and the EU
The international legal personality of the EC and the EU
EC competence in international relations
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