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The European Union as a global actor
This book examines the emergence, role and future of the EU as an actor in world politics. It looks at the core areas of European foreign policy: economy; trade; the environment; development; commonExpand
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EU external policy at the crossroads: The challenge of actorness and effectiveness
The goal of this Special Issue is to improve our conceptualisation and empirical understanding of EU actorness and effectiveness in International Relations. While the European Union aspires to play aExpand
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The Hα galaxy survey VII. The spatial distribution of star formation within disks and bulges
Aims. We analyse the current build-up of stellar mass within the disks and bulges of nearby galaxies through a comparison of the spatial distributions of forming and old stellar populations. Methods.Expand
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A global actor past its peak?
Examining a range of policy areas in which the European Union (EU) acts externally – notably trade, development, climate change and foreign and security policy – this article considers the notionExpand
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Gender mainstreaming and EU enlargement: swimming against the tide?
Despite a commitment by the European Union (EU) to integrate gender equality in all its activities, mainstreaming has been notably absent from policies towards Central and East European countriesExpand
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The European Union as a Sustainable Development Actor: the Case of External Fisheries Policy
Abstract Promotion of sustainable development and poverty eradication in the world's poorest countries are interlinked and frequently reiterated commitments of the European Union. While theirExpand
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Global environmental politics: putting gender on the agenda?
Environmental change is a global phenonemon caused by, and increasingly acting as a constraint upon, human activity. Thus analysis of the determinants of human behaviour is necessary to theExpand
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The European Union as a Protagonist to the United States on Climate Change
The European Union (EU) has established itself as the moving force in the development of the international climate-change regime. By proceeding with the ratification of the Kyoto Protocol andExpand
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Movements, Networks, Hierarchies: A Gender Perspective on Global Environmental Governance
Environmental governance may be distinguished from environmental management by the implication that, in the former, some form of participatory process is involved. Here, the focus is upon theExpand
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