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Produced in association with the Journal of Common Market Studies JCMS, the Annual Review covers the major developments in the European Union in the past year.
By Ian Hurd
The third edition of Ian Hurd's lively introduction to international organizations has been revised and updated throughout. The only textbook to give a deep look at the law and politics of contemporary international organizations, it is an essential resource for advanced undergraduate courses in international relations and global governance.
An urgent examination of how the political, economic and social volatility in Europe will affect the world.
By Conor Foley
This book explores the relationship between the development of UN peacekeeping and the protection of civilians under international law. While the UN acknowledges the relevance of international humanitarian law to its missions, this book argues that international human rights law regulations usually provide more appropriate guidance.
`One of the most important political books of 2017.' Guardian`The best book about Brexit so far . What emerges is a compelling summary of an EU in crisis, the fateful absence of a viable left alternative, the normality of immigration - all of which frame the reasons for the triumph...
Written by experts, this innovative textbook offers students a relevant, case-focused account of EU law. Under the experienced editorship of Catherine Barnard and Steve Peers, the text draws together a range of perspectives on EU law designed to introduce students to the key debates and case law which shape this...
This book is about the EU's role in conflict resolution and reconciliation in Europe. It examines critically important cases: the exemplary process of the Franco-German reconciliation during the 1950s, the EU's involvement in reconstructing peace in Northern Ireland, the conflict in Cyprus, and Kosovo's independence. -- .
An entirely new account of the transformation of the imperial order after World War I, recovering the crucial role of the League of Nations in setting up international governance of colonial territories seized from the defeated powers, and showing how the actions of the League shaped the modern world of...
This book tells the story of the EU Global Strategy EUGS. This book reflects this hybrid nature: while written by and for scholars, it is not a classic scholarly work, but will appeal to anyone wishing to learn more about the EUGS and European foreign policy more broadly.