The European Union as an inter- and transregional actor: lessons for global governance from Europe's relations with Asia
Conclusion: The lessons to be learnt from Europe’s inter- and transregional cooperation with Asia may thus be summarized as follows: First, more than any other regional organization – perhaps with the exception of ASEAN – the EU has played an active role in establishing a novel level in international policy-making. Second, more than anything else, the EU’s involvement in inter- and transregional fora is marked by balancing. This had, third, repercussions on densifiying international...[Show more]
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