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This book reviews how sixty years of case-law and regulatory activity transformed the European continent and the world. It provides a critical analysis of the key features of EU integration and how this integration is perceived (internally and externally).
In this collection, the book also explores the EU's interactions with a number of other countries and organisations with the objective of assessing the EU role in global governance.