Book review: Julien Chaisse (Ed.), Sixty Years of European Integration and Global Power Shifts: Perceptions, Interactions and Lessons

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Abstract

At some 500 pages, Sixty Years of European Integration and Global Power Shifts is not a brief bedtime story. Yet its page range reflects one of the book’s major strengths: its comprehensive nature, which has become so characteristic of Julien Chaisse’s work. Another of Chaisse’s fortes, to bring together a wide variety of people working on different aspects of a certain theme, is equally displayed in the book, which includes contributions from academics, legal practitioners (including arbitrators), policy advisors and consultants, and a judge of the Court of Justice of the European Union. These authors are, moreover, located around the globe, and their different socio-cultural and linguistic backgrounds allow for important insights into the potential for both European and global integration.

Original languageEnglish
Pages535-537
Number of pages3
Volume55
No.4
Specialist publicationForeign Trade Review
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 1 Nov 2020

Keywords

  • Book Review
  • Julien Chaisse
  • European Integration
  • Global Power Shifts
  • 9781509933747
  • European Union (EU)

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