The European Union and the Libyan crisis

@article{Fabbrini2014TheEU,
  title={The European Union and the Libyan crisis},
  author={Sergio Fabbrini},
  journal={International Politics},
  year={2014},
  volume={51},
  pages={177-195}
}
This article investigates the European Union (EU)’s answer to the Libya crisis of 2011 to show the unresolved dilemmas of an intergovernmental approach to foreign and defence policies. The Lisbon Treaty has institutionalized a dual constitution or decision-making regime: supranational for the policies of the single market, and intergovernmental for the policies traditionally at the core of national sovereignty, such as foreign and defence policies. In the most significant test for the EU… Expand
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