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The ‘Ordinariness’ of the eu’s Foreign Policy Power: The Use of wto Litigation as a Means to Export eu Norms, Values and Interests

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The eu has historically been portrayed as a distinctive international actor in terms of both the norms and values it exports in the context of its international relations and the manner in which it seeks to influence others. However, such claims to the eu’s distinctiveness are increasingly being questioned. This article joins this chorus of voices arguing the non-distinctiveness of the eu’s foreign policy power by focusing on a specific feature of the eu’s external trade policy, the role of World Trade Organization (wto) dispute settlement in the eu’s attempts to promote its interests, values and norms.

Affiliations: 1: Lecturer, Queen’s University Belfast, UK,


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