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Trading Voices:
The European Union in International Commercial Negotiations
Sophie Meunier

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"This impressive book offers the first authoritative study of the trade policy of the European Union--the world's largest trading block. Trade policy represents a key example of the European Union as a complex bundling of supranational and intergovernmental features. This book offers an excellent balance between theoretical argument and explanation of how the European Union's trade policy works--an essential though highly understudied area of European Union policy-making. It will appeal to those interested in trade policy, the European Union, and the development of international organizations."--Pascal Lamy, Former European Union Trade Commissioner

"Trading Voices is the most theoretically sophisticated, wide-ranging, and compelling book yet on the development of the European Union as a global trading power. It will be useful for scholars and students of the EU and trade policy, as well as government officials on both sides of the Atlantic."--John T. S. Keeler, University of Washington, author of The Politics of Neocorporatism in France

"Trading Voices marks a real contribution to scholarship on the European Union, the international politics of trade, international political economy, and theories of negotiation. Very well written and accessible, it is a theoretically sophisticated, well researched, important piece of work."--Alberta Sbragia, University of Pittsburgh, author of Debt Wish: Entrepreneurial Cities, U.S. Federalism, and Economic Development

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