Trading voices is the most comprehensive book about the politics of trade policy in the eu and the role of the eu as a central actor in international commercial negotiations sophie meunier explores how this pooling of trade policy making and external representation affects the eus bargaining power in international trade talks. 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. Trading voices the european union in international commercial negotiations by sophie meunier princeton princeton university press 2005 248p 35 one often hears that integration in europe . Trading voices hence offers a significant contribution to eu scholarship by making a convincing case for how eus institutional structure exerts an independent causal effect on the process and outcomes of international negotiations. The european union has come to rival indeed to exceed the united states in the complexity and lack of transparency of its decision making this book explains how decision making has evolved over time in the eus principal area of competence foreign trade negotiations and how different
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