Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||by Maximilian B. Rasch.|
|Series||Studies in EU external relations -- v. 1|
|LC Classifications||JZ4997.5.E87 R37 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2008011213|
Book Description This book provides a comprehensive overview of EU-UN cooperation, identifying the role of the various actors involved in the decision-making process and its influence in areas stretching from environmental protection to human rights, crisis management, public health and the protection of : Hardcover. The European Union at the United Nations: Intersecting Multilateralisms. This is the first book to examine in depth the European Union's relationship with the United Nations and to analyze critically the EU's contribution to 'effective multilateralism'.Format: Ebook. This is the first book to examine in-depth the EU's relationship with the UN and to analyze critically the EU's contribution to 'effective multilateralism'. The contributors show that the EU most often fails to make the UN as effective as it should be in addressing global challenges. The book analyses the administrative system in the European Union with a focus on the efficiency and legitimacy of the administrative practices. The administrative system of the European Union is described as a hybrid between a traditional national and .
Books; Journals; Additional Products; Open Access for Librarians; Discovery Services; KBART Files; Literature Review In: The European Union at the United Nations. Author: M.B. Rasch. Page Count: The European Union at the United Nations. rawing on qualitative and quantitative analysis, this book examines the functioning, effectiveness, coherence and quality of the cooperation, coordination and representation of European Union Member States’ national interests and EU policy aims at the United Nations in New York. The European Union at the United Nations examines the implementation of the Common Foreign and Security Policy (CFSP) regime at the United Nations (UN) in New York. It assesses the functioning and quality of the coordination and representation of EU Member States’ national interests and EU policy aims in the most important international by: The European Union at the United Nations “Without global norms and the means to enforce them, peace and security, prosperity and democracy – our vital interests – are at risk. Guided by the values on which it is founded, the EU is committed to a global order based on international law, including the principles of the UN Charter.
Conclusions in The European Union at the United Nations. Author: M.B. Rasch. DOI: The European Union at the United Nations In The Ideas and Practices of the European Union’s Structural Antidiplomacy, Steffen Bay Rasmussen offers a comprehensive analysis of EU diplomacy that goes beyond the functioning of the European External Action. In the treaties of Rome and Maastricht and in the collective security system of the Charter, the European Union and the United Nations are already involved in forms of governance that are confederal in all but by: "The two allies, Russia and China, will join forces. This will happen as the beast with the ten horns rises to dominate their long-suffering innocent people. The beast with the ten horns is the European Union, My daughter, referred to as Babylon in the Book of Revelation. While their conclusions are not uniformly flattering, either to the EU or the UN, they are highly informative the broadest and deepest analysis of the European Union in the United Nations available in the literature of international relations.' - Donald J. Puchala, Byrnes Professor of International Studies, University of South Carolina, USA.