This thought-provoking collection analyses the European Community’s external relations between 1957 and 1992, with a particular focus upon their broader impact and global significance. Reconceptualising the long arc of the EC’s international role, from its inception in the 1950s to the end of the Cold War, the chapters identify and assess the factors that either supported or impeded Europe’s international projection within this period.
Federico Romero (EUI – HEC)
Kiran Klaus Patel (University of Maastrich)
The book presentation will be held on Zoom