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- DescriptionEurope's trade policies matter in global politics. Despite the recent focus on Brazil, India, and particularly China, the European Union remains the world's largest market and trader. Despite its recent ecomic troubles, Europe remains in a powerful position to shape how globalization is governed. We kw surprisingly little about how its trade policy is actually made, because previous works have focused on individual trade policy decisions to the detriment of the 'big picture' of the Union as a trade power. Parochial Global Europe argues that trade policy is composed of multiple, distinct policies. Each presents a distinctive constellation of mobilized societal preferences, pattern of political institutions, and range of government preferences. The balance of ecomic power between the EU and its trade partner(s) affects the stakes involved. Together these four factors define trade policy sub-systems, which help explain both the EU's objectives and whether it realizes them. The authors advance this argument by analysing the EU's role in the demise of the Doha Round, its use of anti-dumping and pursuit of market access, the trade effects of its single market programme and efforts at regulatory diplomacy, including the launch of the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership negotiations. Parochial Global Europe thus focuses centrally on modern, 21st century trade policy. It also sheds light on the EU as a global actor by analysing its use of trade policy as a tool of foreign policy from promoting development, to encouraging human rights and environmental protection, to punishing security threats.
- Author BiographyJohn Peterson has authored or edited 18 books, including Multilateralism in the 21st Century (2013, with Caroline Bouchard and Nathalie Tocci), The European Commission of the 21st Century (2013, with an international research team), The Institutions of the European Union (2012, with Michael Shackleton) and The European Union: How Does it Work? (with Elizabeth Bomberg and Richard Corbett). He is a former editor of the Journal of Common Market Studies and previously held posts at the Universities of Glasgow, York, Essex, Oxford, California and the College of Europe, Bruges. He is Professor of International Politics at the University of Edinburgh.
- Author(s)Alasdair R. Young,John Peterson
- PublisherOxford University Press
- Date of Publication01/05/2014
- SubjectInternational Relations
- Place of PublicationOxford
- Country of PublicationUnited Kingdom
- ImprintOxford University Press
- Weight604 g
- Width162 mm
- Height240 mm
- Spine25 mm
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