- Title Pages
- List of Contributors
- List of Abbreviations
- The Legal Dimension of Global Governance: What Role for the European Union? An Introduction
- 1 Entrenching Global Governance: The EU’s Constitutional Objectives Caught Between a Sanguine World View and a Daunting Reality
- 2 Why Choose Europe? The Place of the European Union in the Architecture of International Legal Cooperation
- 3 EU External Relations: The Governance Mode of Foreign Policy
- 4 From the Nation State to the Market: The Evolution of EU Private Law as Regulation of the Economy beyond the Boundaries of the Union?
- 5 The European Union in the Global Security Architecture
- 6 The EU and the Responsibility to Protect
- 7 EU Global Peace Diplomacy: Instruments to Support Status Processes
- 8 International Responsibility for EU Military Operations: Finding the EU’s Place in the Global Accountability Regime
- 9 Institutional Aspects of Global Trade Governance from an EU Perspective
- 10 Expanding the Internal Market: An External Regulatory Policy for the EU?
- 11 Access to Raw Materials: The EU’s Pursuit of Trade Disciplines on Export Control
- 12 Ambition, Complexity, and Legitimacy of Pursuing Mutual Supportiveness Through the EU’s External Environmental Action
- 13 Contingent Unilateralism—International Aviation in the European Emissions Trading Scheme
- 14 The Role of the EU in Shaping the Trade and Environment Regulatory Nexus: Multilateral and Regional Approaches
- 15 What Role for the European Union in Shaping Global Financial Governance?
- 16 The EU at the G20 and the G20’s Impact on the EU
- 17 The Proposed Financial Transaction Tax Directive: The Quest to Create Momentum at the G20 Through Internal Legislation
- 18 Towards International Migration Governance? The European Contribution
- 19 Economic Partnership Agreements: Enhancing the Labour Dimension of Global Governance?
- 20 Conclusion: The Role of the EU in the Legal Dimension of Global Governance
- The EU's Role in Global Governance
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