Table of contents for International relations and the European Union / edited by Christopher Hill and Michael Smith.

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PART I: Frameworks
1. Christopher Hill and Michael Smith International Relations and the EU: themes and issues
2. Filippo Andreatta IR Theory and the International Relations of the EU
3. Geoffrey Edwards The Pattern of the EU's Global Activity
PART II: Institutions and Processes
4. Sophie Vanhoonacker The Institutional Framework
5. Simon Nuttall Coherence and Consistency
6. Christopher Lord Accountable and Legitimate? The EU's International Role
7. Reuben Wong The Europeanisation of Foreign Policy 
8. Michael E Smith Implementation: Making the EU's International Relations Work
PART III: Activities and Impact 
9. Jolyon Howorth From Security to Defence: the evolution of the CFSP
10. Wyn Rees The External Face of Internal Security
11. Loukas Tsoukalis Managing Interdependence: the EU in the global economy
12. Sophie Meunier and The European Union as a Trade Power Kalypso Nicolaides 
13. Karen Smith Enlargement and European Order
14. James Mayall The Shadow of Empire: the EU and the Former Colonial World
15. Elfriede Regelsberger The EU, New Regionalism and Inter- and Nicole Alecu de Flers regional Relations 
16. Michael Smith and The European Union and the United 
Rebecca Steffenson States
PART IV: Evaluation and Conclusion
17. Andrew Linklater A European Civilising Process?
18. Christopher Hill and Michael Smith Acting for Europe? Reassessing 
International relations and the EU

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

European Union countries -- Foreign relations.
European Union.
International relations.