This book engages in a longitudinal analysis of the EU’s participation in and impact on the United Nations climate regime.
It provides not only comprehensive insights into the evolution of EU foreign climate policy, but also a thought-provoking audit of the potential and limits of the EU’s influence in a major domain of global affairs.
College of Europe Studies
Europe is in a constant state of flux. European politics, economics, law and indeed European societies are changing rapidly. The European Union itself is in a continuous situation of adaptation. New challenges and new requirements arise continually, both internally and externally. The College of Europe Studies series exists to publish research on these issues done at the College of Europe, both at its Bruges and its Warsaw campus. Focused on the European Union and the European integration process, this research may be specialised in the areas of political science, law or economics, but much of it is of an interdisciplinary nature. The objective is to promote understanding of the issues concerned and to make a contribution to ongoing discussions.
Professors D. Hanf, D. Mahncke, I. Govaere, J. Pelkmans, E. Lannon and J. Monar for the College of Europe (Bruges and Warsaw)
No. 18 – Simon SCHUNZ, European Union Foreign Policy and the Global Climate Regime, 2014, 371 p., ISBN 978-2-87574-134-9
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