Partie ou chapitre de livre
European preferences and their reception
EU Foreign Policy in a Globalized World. Normative Power and Social Preferences
New York : Routledge
1 - 20 p.
Since 1957, Europe has lived in the oblivion of the rest of the world. This was possible because its security was ensured by the United States while its economy was protected by the partial closure of its markets. Today, this Eurocentrism has been eroded by the opening of markets and the emergence of new, non-Western, powers. Therefore, Europe is now surrounded by an ever less familiar world with which it must come to terms (...).