Reports

The Common Commercial Policy (CCP) is perhaps the most expressive incarnation of the EU external action. The Treaty of Lisbon considerably revised this policy, both in substantive and institutional terms. With the benefit of hindsight, the report of Professor Marise Cremona offers a welcome...

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A Quiet Revolution: The Common Commercial Policy Six Years after the Treaty of Lisbon (2017:2)
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Even though the euro zone's problems play a less prominent role on the EU’s agenda in view of the Union's many crises in recent years, new disturbances may lead to the euro crisis quickly flaring up again. The Union is at a crossroads and may evolve in several different directions. The report “...

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The Euro Crisis, Economic Governance of the Eurozone and Future Integration (2017:1)
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Foreign affairs have always involved a degree of secrecy and the EU external action is no exception. Out of security concerns and to protect the confidentiality of international negotiations, EU foreign policy actors such as the Council and the European External Action Service (EEAS) manage...

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Inside and Outside: EU External Relations in Focus (2016:13)

For some developing countries, the compensation for fisheries agreements with the European Union constitutes 30–50 per cent of the total government budget. In this report, Johan Blomquist, Cecilia Hammarlund and Staffan Waldo (AgriFood Economics Centre) analyse the effects of the EU’s...

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