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European Union Foreign Policy and the Global Climate Regime

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Simon Schunz

Ever since the first international negotiations on climate change in the early 1990s, the European Union has aspired to play a leading role in global climate politics.
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.
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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.

Series Editors

Professors D. Hanf, D. Mahncke, I. Govaere, J. Pelkmans, E. Lannon and J. Monar for the College of Europe (Bruges and Warsaw)

Series Titles

No. 18 – Simon SCHUNZ, European Union Foreign Policy and the Global Climate Regime, 2014, 371 p., ISBN 978-2-87574-134-9

No. 17 – Inge GOVAERE & Dominik HANF (eds.), Scrutinizing Internal and External Dimensions of European Law/Les dimensions internes et externes du droit européen à l’épreuve. Liber Amicorum Paul Demaret, 2013, 882 p., ISBN 978-2-87574-085-4

No. 16 – Michele CHANG & Jörg MONAR (eds.), The European Commission in the Post-Lisbon Era of Crises. Between Political Leadership and Policy Management, 2013, 298 p., ISBN 978-2-87574-028-1

No. 15 – Dieter MAHNCKE & Sieglinde GSTÖHL (eds.), European Union Diplomacy. Coherence, Unity and Effectiveness, 2012, 273 p., ISBN 978-90-5201-842-3

No. 14 – Erwan LANNON (ed.), The European Neighbourhood Policy’s Challenges / Les défis de la politique européenne de voisinage, 2012, 491 p., ISBN 978-90-5201-779-2

No. 13 – Marise CREMONA, Jörg MONAR & Sara POLI (eds.), The External Dimension of the European Union’s Area of Freedom, Security and Justice, 2011, 434 p., ISBN 978-90-5201-728-0

No. 12 – Jing MEN & Giuseppe BALDUCCI (eds.), Prospects and Challenges for EU-China Relations in the 21st Century. The Partnership and Cooperation Agreement, 2010, 262 p., ISBN 978-90-5201-641-2

No. 11 – Jörg MONAR (ed.), The Institutional Dimension of the European Union’s Area of Freedom, Security and Justice, 2010, p., ISBN 978-90-5201-615-3

No 10 – Dominik HANF, Klaus MALACEK & Elise MUIR (dir.), Langues et construction européenne, 2010, 286 p., ISBN 978-90-5201-594-1

No. 9 – Jacques PELKMANS, Dominik HANF & Michele CHANG (eds.), The EU Internal Market in Comparative Perspective. Economic, Political and Legal Analyses, 2008, 314 p., ISBN 978-90-5201-424-1

No. 8 – Inge GOVAERE & Hanns ULLRICH (eds.), Intellectual Property, Market Power and the Public Interest, 2008, 315 p., ISBN 978-90-5201-422-7

No. 7 – András INOTAI, The European Union and Southeastern Europe. Troubled Waters Ahead?, 2007, 414 p., ISBN 978-90-5201-071-7

No. 6 – Inge GOVAERE & Hanns ULLRICH (eds.), Intellectual Property, Public Policy, and International Trade, 2007, 234 p., ISBN 978-90-5201-064-9

No. 5 – Dominik HANF & Rodolphe MUÑOZ (dir.), La libre circulation des personnes. États des lieux et perspectives, 2007, 329 p., ISBN 978-90-5201-061-8

No. 4 – Dieter MAHNCKE & Sieglinde GSTÖHL (eds.), Europe’s Near Abroad. Promises and Prospects of the EU’s Neighbourhood Policy, 2008, 318 p., ISBN 978-90-5201-047-2

No. 3 – Dieter MAHNCKE & Jörg MONAR (eds.), International Terrorism. A European Response to a Global Threat?, 2006, 191 p., ISBN 978-90-5201-046-5

No. 2 – Paul DEMARET, Inge GOVAERE & Dominik HANF (eds.), European Legal Dynamics – Revised and updated edition of 30 Years of European Legal Studies at the College of Europe / Dynamiques juridiques européennes – Édition revue et mise à jour de 30 ans d’études juridiques européennes au Collège d’Europe, 2007, 571 p., ISBN 978-90-5201-067-0

No. 1 – Dieter MAHNCKE, Alicia AMBOS & Christopher REYNOLDS (eds.), European Foreign Policy. From Rhetoric to Reality?, 2004, 2nd printing/2e tirage 2006, 381 p., ISBN 978-90-5201-247-6