The Influence of International Institutions on the EU: A Framework for Analysis

Oriol Costa, KE Jorgensen (Editor)

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Abstract

The promotion of effective multilateralism is allegedly a key objective of the European Union’s foreign policy. Over the last twenty years, the relationship between the European Union and international institutions has become ‘more sustained and consistent’ (Jørgensen, 2009: 188), as it has become a popular topic for research. Scholars have studied the origin of the multilateral identity and preferences of the EU (Groom, 2007; Jørgensen, 2006a; Manners and Lucarelli, 2007), the role of the EU in promoting regionalism (Grugel, 2007; Söderbaum and Langenhove, 2006), the uneasy intersection between the EU and the state-centric multilateral organizations (Laatikainen and Smith, 2006), and the EU’s potential for shaping norms and rules of the multilateral system (Chaban, Elgström and Holland, 2006; Smith, 2006; Smith, 2010). Others have focused on the role of the EU in specific international regimes and negotiations (Ahnlid, 2005; Kerremans and Gystelinck, 2008; Kissack, 2008; Mortensen, 2009).
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationThe influence of international institutions on the EU
Subtitle of host publicationWhen multilateralism hits Brussels
EditorsOriol Costa, Knud Erik Jørgensen
PublisherSpringer Nature
Pages1-22
Number of pages22
ISBN (Electronic)978-0-230-36989-4
ISBN (Print)978-0-230-31448-1
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2012

Publication series

NamePalgrave Studies In European Union Politics

Keywords

  • European-union
  • Political-science
  • One voice
  • Socialization
  • Governance
  • Speaking
  • Image
  • Norms

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