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The debate about the relationship between international and community law usually centres on the question of which of these two ""belongs"" to the other, and how ""special"" community legal order is in relation to international law.;In this volume, a distinguished group of Finnish and British academics and practitioners have attempted to steer clear of this arena, and have sought to clearly examine the international law aspects of the activities of the Community and the Union. Their aim has been to elucidate points of connection and possible points of conflict. The result is a thought-provoking collection of essays which examines Community law through the conceptual grid of international law, and thus enriches our understanding of the workings of both.