Analysing the Effectiveness of European Union External Action

Schunz, Simon, "Analysing the Effectiveness of European Union External Action" in The External Action of the European Union Concepts, Approaches, Theories ed. Schunz, Simon and Gstöhl, Sieglinde (UK: Red Globe Press, 2021), 134-148.

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  • Author Schunz, Simon
    Book Editor Schunz, Simon
    Gstöhl, Sieglinde
    Chapter Title Analysing the Effectiveness of European Union External Action
    Book Title The External Action of the European Union Concepts, Approaches, Theories
    Publication Date 2021
    Place of Publication UK
    Publisher Red Globe Press
    Start page 134
    End page 148
    Language eng
    Abstract This groundbreaking new textbook offers extensive coverage of EU External Action studies, from its major concepts to the key theories in the field. Over the past decades, the European Union has progressively developed into a significant global actor in an increasing number of policy fields. This long-awaited volume looks into different ways of conceptualizing the EU as a global actor, the processes and impact of EU external action, explanations offered by IR and integration theories, the discursive, normative, practice and gender ‘turns’, and the ‘decentring agenda’ for EU external action. The book offers a reader-friendly guidance on these various ways in which to study the EU as a global actor: each chapter introduces one concept, approach or theory and illustrates its application by a case study of EU external action. In drawing the different perspectives together, the book underscores that ‘EU External Action Studies’ is becoming an academic speciality in its own right. Written by leading experts, the volume will make essential reading for students, scholars and practitioners of EU external action. EU External Action Studies nowadays attract attention from scholars and students in International Relations (IR), Foreign Policy Analysis and (interdisciplinary) EU Studies, as well as from practitioners.
    Copyright Holder Red Globe Press
    Copyright Year 2021
    Copyright type All rights reserved
    ISBN 9781352012125
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