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- Author: Brian Crowe
- Publication Date: 05-2008
- Content Type: Working Paper
- Institution: Chatham House
- Abstract: Even the largest EU member states are no longer in a position on their own to shape international events or the world we all live in. Acting together in the EU they have shaped the international trade agenda. They have been much less successful in foreign policy for a combination of reasons, largely lack of will and poor arrangements. The Lisbon Treaty sets out to remedy the second of these, perhaps helping also to remedy the first in a world in which that becomes increasingly vital for European interests.
- Topic: Foreign Policy, Government, Treaties and Agreements
- Political Geography: Europe, Lisbon