The European Union: internal coherence, external relevance
Rodica Milena Zaharia ()
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Rodica Milena Zaharia: Department for International Business and Economics, Bucharest University of Economic Studies
Eastern Journal of European Studies, 2014, vol. 5(2), pages 89-91
In the present changing world, the EU is active on two major battlefields: the internal one, where the EU has to define the future of its internal construction; and the external arena, where the EU has to establish what role it must play and how to do it with a stronger voice. Both challenges are important and mutually reinforcing. The EU is strong outside as long as it is solid inside; it is a model for others as long as it is attractive for its members.
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