International relations and the European Union

International relations and the European Union. Oxford University Press, Oxford, 2011,

Systematically incorporates the study of IR into an examination of the EU's external relations, making the book a perfect fit for courses on International Relations and the EU. Chapters on theories, institutions, policy areas, and the EU's relationship with selected countries ensure International Relations and the European Union is the most comprehensive text available on this subject. Brings together the contributions of leading international experts. Excellent pedagogical features throughout the text aid student learning. A new chapter offers a detailed examination of the EU's relationship with 'The New Emerging Powers' including China, India, and Russia. A new chapter on 'Energy and the Environment' explores the possibility for EU leadership in these important policy areas. All chapters have been revised to take in the latest developments affecting the EU's external relations including the ratification of the Lisbon Treaty and the consequences of the global financial crisis.

PART ONE: FRAMEWORKS 
1. Christopher Hill and Michael Smith: International Relations and the European Union: Themes and Issues
2. Filippo Andreatta: The European Union's International Relations: A Theoretical View
3. Geoffrey Edwards: The Pattern of the EU's Global Activity
PART TWO: INSTITUTIONS AND PROCESSES 
4. Sophie Vanhoonacker: The Institutional Framework
5. Carmen Gebhard: Coherence
6. Christopher Lord: Legitimate and Democratic? The EU's International Role
7. Reuben Wong: Europeanization of Foreign Policy
8. Michael E. Smith: Implementation: Making the EU's International Relations Work
PART THREE: ACTIVITIES AND IMPACT 
9. Jolyon Howorth: The EU's Security and Defense Policy: Towards a Strategic Approach
10. Wyn Rees: The External Face of Internal Security
11. Amy Verdun: The EU and the Global Political Economy
12. Sophie Meunier and Kalypso Nicolaidis: The EU as a Trade Power
13. Karen Smith: Englargement, the Neighborhood, and European Order
14. Maurizio Carbone: The EU and the Developing World: Partnership, Poverty, Politicization
15. John Vogler: The Challenge of the Environment, Energy, and Climate
16. Stephen Keukeleire and Hans Bruyninckx: The European Union, the Brics, and the Emerging New World Order
17. Michael Smith and Rebecca Steffenson: The EU and the United States
PART FOUR: EVALUATION AND CONCLUSION 
18. Andrew Linklater: A European Civilizing Process?
19. Christopher Hill and Michael Smith: Acting for Europe: Reassessing the European Union's Place in International Relations 

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