How Do International Institutions Influence the EU? Advances and Challenges
The primary objective of this chapter is to highlight the key contributions of this volume to one of the most important and vibrant literatures in International Relations, namely the second-image-reversed literature. We argue that this volume helps broaden the second-image-reversed perspective and we identify the important ways in which this volume helps move the research frontier in that literature forward.
KeywordsWorld Trade Organization International Institution International Labour Organization International Maritime Organization Domestic Actor
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