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Participation of the European Community in International Organizations

Aleksic, Mila (2009) Participation of the European Community in International Organizations.

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Abstract:One of the main driving forces behind the European integration is the increasing interdependence between the states, to better be able to face the challenges of globalisation and act as one stronger political actor in the world, rather than as many different, less powerful States. The struggle between, on the one hand, the need to act as one, facing other relevant world political powers, solving world-wide spread issues, and the need of the Member States to protect and safeguard their sovereignty, on the other hand, makes the realm of international relations of the EU very complicated legal area, with various legal and political issues arising. Therefore, in an increasingly globalised world, the need to map and understand the position of the European Union becomes even more important and interesting. This is one of the main reasons the research area of external relations of the European Union appears interesting to me. It appears challenging to unfold the curtain, analyse the factual developments and see the arising issues more clearly in order to better understand and eventually give some recommendations for the future developments in this area.
Item Type:Essay (Bachelor)
Faculty:BMS: Behavioural, Management and Social Sciences
Subject:85 business administration, organizational science
Programme:European Studies BSc (56627)
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