What game? By which rules? Adaptation and flexibility in the EC's Foreign Economic Policy
[Conclusion] This chapter has challenged the common perception that the EC's foreign economic policy is firmly supranational (see, for example, M. E. Smith, 2001). It has also illustrated how the institutional context in which the member governments choose whether to cooperate has changed over time and not always in ways that they favoured. Thus this chapter has demonstrated that the EC's status as an international actor is complicated even within economic policy. In doing...[Show more]
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