9780415481007

External Perceptions of the European Union as a Global Actor

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  • ISBN13:

    9780415481007

  • ISBN10:

    0415481007

  • Edition: 1st
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 2009-10-29
  • Publisher: Routledge

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Summary

Examines how the EU is perceived in the US; the Middle East; Russia; China; India; Brazil; South Africa; the World Bank; WTO; UN; Al Jazeera and International NGOs and explores the impact of these perceptions for the global role of the EU.

Table of Contents

Introduction: the EU and the 'Others' Sonia Lucarell?
Views from Countries
In the Eyes of a Super Power: the EU Seen by the United States of America
Mediation and Stability? The EU According to Iran and Lebanon
The EU through the Lens of the Middle East: Israel and Palestine
The EU and other Great Powers: Perspectives from Russia and China Mara
The Emerging South: the EU Viewed by India, Brazil and South Africa
Central American Perceptions of the EU: Mexico and Venezuela
Close Enough? How Non-European National Representatives in Brussels Perceive the role of the EU
Views from Intergovernmental and Transnational Global Actors
The Quest for Multilateralism: Percpetions of the EU among the UN General Assembly
Development and Change? World Bank's Views of the EU Role in Poverty Eradication
With or Without Doha: the EU and Multilateral Trade According to WTO Delegates
The EU and Non Western Media: Perspectives from Al Jazeera
Justice and Fairness? Some Views from International NGOs Massimiliano Andretta
Conclusions
Self Respresentations and External Perceptions: Can the EU Bridge the Gap?
Lorenzo Fioramonti and Sonia Lucarelli
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