Readership: Academics and advanced students of EU and international
trade law, particularly specialists in EU external relations law.
Edited by Marise Cremona, Professor of European Law at the European University Institute, Florence
"Developments is the result of a series of lectures given at the Summer School in European Union Law at the Academy of European Law in Fiesole (Florence) and addresses both researchers and students." - EJIL 20
"...the book is highly recommendable, the essays are written by leading experts in the field, and each of them provides not only an argument or a train of thought, but a genuine and well-researched overview of the topics with which they engage. While standing on the shoulders of traditional discussions and topics, all contributions offer new insights into contemporary topics in EU external relations law." - Rass Holdgaard, Common Market Law Review
1: Marise Cremona: Introduction
2: Christophe Hillion: Tous pour un, un pour tous! Coherence in the External Relations of the European Union
3: Frank Hoffmeister: The Contribution of EU Practice to International Law
4: Lorand Bartels: The Trade and Development Policy of the European Union
5: Markus Krajewski: Of Modes and Sectors: External Relations, Internal Debates and the Special Case of (Trade in) Services
6: Nathalie Tocci: Comparing the EU's Role in Neighbourhood Conflicts
7: Marise Cremona: The European Neighbourhood Policy: More than a Partnership?