Climate change and EU foreign policy: The negotiation of burden sharing

@article{Vogler2009ClimateCA,
  title={Climate change and EU foreign policy: The negotiation of burden sharing},
  author={John Vogler},
  journal={International Politics},
  year={2009},
  volume={46},
  pages={469-490}
}
The European Union has established itself as the leader of attempts to construct a global climate change regime. This has become an important normative stance, part of its self-image and international identity. Yet it has also come to depend on the Union's ability to negotiate internally on the distribution of the burdens necessitated by its external pledges to cut emissions. The paper considers institutionalist hypotheses on cooperative bargaining and normative entrapment in EU internal… CONTINUE READING

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