The series offers an interdisciplinary platform for original peer-reviewed publications on the institutions, norms and practices associated with Globalisation, Multilateralism and the European Union. Each published volume delves into a given dynamic shaping either the global-regional nexus or the role of the EU therein. It offers original insights into: globalisation and its associated governance challenges; the changing forms of multilateral cooperation and the role of transnational networks; the impact of new global powers and the corollary multipolar order; the lessons born from comparative regionalism and interregional partnerships; as well as the distinctive instruments the EU mobilises in its foreign policies and external relations.
The International Advisory Board supporting the series includes:
Amitav ACHARYA, American University, Washington; Shaun BRESLIN, University of Warwick; Marise CREMONA, EUI, Florence; Louise FAWCETT, University of Oxford; Andrew GAMBLE, University of Cambridge; Peter J. KATZENSTEIN, Cornell University; Robert O. KEOHANE, Princeton University; Christian LEQUESNE, IEP-Paris; Nicolas LEVRAT, Université de Genève; Frank MATTHEIS, Université libre de Bruxelles; Leonardo MORLINO, LUISS-Guido Carli, Rome; Tamio NAKAMURA, Waseda University, Tokyo; Yaqing QIN, CFAU, Beijing; Ummu SALMA BAVA, JNU, New Dehli; Vivien SCHMIDT, Boston University; Leonard SEABROOKE, Copenhagen Business School; Karen E. SMITH, LSE, London; Anne WEYEMBERGH, Université libre de Bruxelles; Michael ZÜRN, WZB, Berlin
By Paul Bacon, Hartmut Mayer, Hidetoshi Nakamura
April 06, 2015
The EU and Japan have one of the most important trade relationships in the world. Fittingly, this book presents a detailed analysis of their bilateral regulatory environment and negotiation processes. Moreover, the two polities have also co-operated extensively in bilateral and multilateral ...
By Jean-Frederic Morin, Tereza Novotná, Frederik Ponjaert, Mario Telò
April 28, 2015
By focusing on the wider process of negotiations, this novel volume presents the first systematic analysis of the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP). The authors include outstanding scholars and relevant practitioners from across disciplines and various academic institutions ...
By Mario Telò, Frederik Ponjaert
March 18, 2013
A very timely and topical volume concerned with the impact of the Lisbon Treaty on the European Union’s (EU) capacity to further develop a distinctive foreign policy in accordance with the various policy instruments necessary to fulfil its role as a global actor. This edited volume brings together ...
By Rosa Balfour, Caterina Carta, Kristi Raik
February 11, 2015
Based on extensive empirical work by a cross-European group of researchers, this book assesses the impact of the creation of the European External Action Service (EEAS) on the national foreign policy-making processes and institutions of the EU member states. As such, the contributions cover both ...