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Tahar Benmaghnia - EU External Action and the CFSP – Well-Equipped for the Fast-Pacing Geo-Economic World?

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Across all continents, the EU operates in a wide range of fields. As a unique player on the global stage, the EU, as a supranational organisation, acts in many respects on a par with other states. Particularly in the area of international trade, the EU has developed a strong and recognisable profile. Within the framework of the Common Foreign and Security Policy (CFSP), the EU is striving to make its voice heard at the international level beyond economic and development policy issues.

The numerous reforms of the Lisbon Treaty have brought fundamental changes, not least but also in the EU’s external action, shaping today’s profile of the globally acting EU. However, the capacities that the EU holds within the CFSP are still characterised by “special rules and procedures”. This spurs the perception that the CFSP is a mere intergovernmental gathering of Member States apart from the other EU external policies, thus hampering a unified international direction and position of the EU.

Therefore, to what extent are the changes brought by the Lisbon Treaty appropriate for the EU to face the fast-moving and increasingly geo-economic world, especially regarding the inadequately designed coordination of trade and foreign policy (CFSP) at the EU level? Is the CFSP a purely intergovernmental policy entirely under the authority of the Member States? How far is the CFSP integrated into the EU legal order? What role does the CJEU’s case-law play with regard to the nature of the CFSP? How coherent is the EU’s foreign policy regime in reality?

To answer these guiding questions, an interdisciplinary and multi-layered approach is chosen through which several dimensions of the development and the status quo of EU foreign policy are analysed in depth. These dimensions include the legal, historical, (geo)political, geo-economic and security dimensions.

The main focus is on the legal examination and classification of the regulations governing…

Schlagworte

Europarecht, Außenpolitik, CFSP, Europäische Union, Handelspolitik, Diplomatie, Internationale Politik, Rechtswissenschaft, Foreign policy, European Union, Strategic partnership, International trade

  • Autor*in
    Tahar Benmaghnia
  • Seiten
    242
  • Jahr
    Hamburg 2023
  • ISBN
    978-3-339-13544-5
  • Fachdisziplin
    Wirtschaftsrecht & Handelsrecht
  • Schriftenreihe
    Schriften zum Internationalen Wirtschaftsrecht (Hrsg.: Prof. Dr. Winfried Huck)
  • ISSN
    2197-604X
  • Band
    9
  • Fachbereich
    Jura

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