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European Union contested : foreign policy in a new global context

Author: Elisabeth Johansson-Nogués; Martijn C Vlaskamp; Esther Barbé
Publisher: Cham : Springer, [2020] ©2020
Series: Norm research in international relations.
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The European Union's foreign policy and its international role are increasingly being contested both globally and at home. At the global level, a growing number of states are now challenging the Western-led liberal order defended by the EU. Large as well as smaller states are vying for more leeway to act out their own communitarian principles on and approaches to sovereignty, security and economic development. At  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Elisabeth Johansson-Nogués; Martijn C Vlaskamp; Esther Barbé
ISBN: 9783030332389 3030332381
OCLC Number: 1126541706
Description: 1 online resource.
Contents: The EU Foreign Policy and Norm Contestation in an Eroding Western and Intra-EU Liberal Order --
The EU and Controlling the Use of the Death Penalty: An Organising Principle for which Fundamental Norm? --
Common but Differentiated Responsibility in International Climate Negotiations: The EU and its Contesters --
China Contestation of the EU's Promotion of the Responsibility to Protect: Between Solidarists and Sovereignists --
India's 'Silent Contestation' of the EU's Perspective on Local Ownership --
Good Natural Resource Governance: How Does the EU Deal with the Contestation of Transparency Standards? --
The European Union and the International Criminal Court: Contested Abroad, Consensual at Home? --
The European Union and Lethal Autonomous Weapons Systems: United in Diversity? --
Norm Contestation in Modern Trade Agreements: Was the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership a 'One-Off' in the European Union? --
Military Capacity-building as EU's New Security and Development Strategy: The New Rules for Peace Promotion? --
When Contestation is the Norm: The Position of Populist Parties in the European Parliament Toward the Conflicts in the Neighborhood.
Series Title: Norm research in international relations.
Responsibility: Elisabeth Johansson-Nogués, Martijn C. Vlaskamp, Esther Barbé, editors.

Abstract:

The European Union's foreign policy and its international role are increasingly being contested both globally and at home. At the global level, a growing number of states are now challenging the Western-led liberal order defended by the EU. Large as well as smaller states are vying for more leeway to act out their own communitarian principles on and approaches to sovereignty, security and economic development. At the European level, a similar battle has begun over principles, values and institutions. The most vocal critics have been anti-globalization movements, developmental NGOs, and populist political parties at both extremes of the left-right political spectrum. This book, based on ten case studies, explores some of the most important current challenges to EU foreign policy norms, whether at the global, glocal or intra-EU level. The case studies cover contestation of the EU's fundamental norms, organizing principles and standardized procedures in relation to the abolition of the death penalty, climate, Responsibility to Protect, peacebuilding, natural resource governance, the International Criminal Court, lethal autonomous weapons systems, trade, the security-development nexus and the use of consensus on foreign policy matters in the European Parliament. The book also theorizes the current norm contestation in terms of the extent to, and conditions under which, the EU foreign policy is being put to the test.

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