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Promoting national priorities in EU foreign policy

  1. TitlePromoting national priorities in EU foreign policy : the Czech Republic's foreign policy in the EU / Tomáš Weiss
    Author Weiss, Tomáš, 1980- (Author)
    IssueFirst published
    PublicationLondon ; New York : Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, 2017
    Scopexi, 139 stran : ilustrace ; 24 cm
    CountryUnited Kingdom ; United States
    Edition Routledge advances in European politics
    NoteObsahuje bibliografii a rejstřík
    Annotation"How do smaller member states promote their interests in EU foreign policy and external relations? EU membership can be seen to affect member states' foreign policy in two ways, either by restricting national policies or empowering states in a challenging global environment. There is a general agreement, however, that the member states, especially smaller ones, have to engage actively in policy-making in order to promote their particular interest. This cross-policy comparison of the behaviour of Czech Republic's representatives in the Council and the methods they use to influence the decision-making applies categorisation from lobbying literature to analyse the behaviour of the member state's representatives and contributes to two strands of scholarship on European Union politics - decision-making in the EU and Europeanization. The book maps the methods of interest promotion that can be used by a member state and analyses the differences in interest promotion across external policy areas."--Publisher
    Výrazy tezauru zahraniční politika * Společná zahraniční a bezpečnostní politika * evropská integrace * Evropská unie * Česká republika
    Klasifikační znaky0816 - Mezinárodní rovnováha
    1016 - Struktura Společenství
    Copy count1, currently available 1
    Document kindStudie
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    F 87439EXH - externí sklad Holešovice
    Promoting national priorities in EU foreign policy

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