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European Union Foreign Policy And the Challenges of Globalisation

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The European Union is a profoundly political project and one which has attempted to achieve important political goals through economic means. Initially through the establishment of a coal and steel community, then a common market to achieve that simple political goal. [Lecture No. 6]

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  • Christopher F. Patten, 2010. "European Union Foreign Policy And the Challenges of Globalisation," Working Papers id:2820, eSocialSciences.
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    European; Union; political; economic; goals; community; market;

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