Is Climate Change Changing the EU? The Second Image Reversed in Climate Politics

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The participation of the European Union (EU) in international climate negotiations has attracted a good deal of scholarly attention. Climate change has become an important expression of the EU’s ‘actorness’ in world politics (Bretherton and Vogler 2006); accordingly European foreign climate policy has been thoroughly examined (Harris 2007; Andresen and Agrawala 2002; Jaeger et al 1997; Schreurs 2004). However, the relationship between the EU and the international climate regime 2 (ICR) is not a one-way street—while the Union has been actively shaping the ICR, the latter has also had an effect on the EU. As has been elucidated by institutionalists studying ‘second image reversed’ processes (Gourevitch 1978), international negotiations and agreements can have a domestic influence (Kelley 2004).
Idioma originalSpanish
Títol de la publicacióThe Politics of Climate Change
Subtítol de la publicacióEnvironmental Dynamics in International Affairs
EditorsPaul G. Harris
Lloc de publicacióLondres (GB)
EditorRoutledge
Capítol4
Pàgines72-89
Nombre de pàgines18
Edició1
ISBN (electrònic)9781315876177
ISBN (imprès)9780415486460
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Estat de la publicacióPublicada - 1 de gen. 2009

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