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Routledge/UACES contemporary European studies series
"This volume fills a gap in the literature regarding questions around the interactive dynamics between law and diplomacy on international trade and investment. It brings together lawyers and political scientists from Europe and Asia in an interdisciplinary effort at tracing the respective roles of law and diplomacy in the relations of the European Union (EU) with its trade and investment partners in Asia. Focusing on trade and investment relations with Asia, the EU presents a particularly interesting case as it has been a strong proponent of a rules-based international economic order for years and a frequent user of the formal procedures established in international treaties in case of disputes. At the same time, it has kept diplomatically active to adjust dispute management and international agreements to the needs and demands of the partners involved. Furthermore, not only is this region of crucial importance due to the presence of both vigorous emerging economies, like China, India, and Vietnam, and more established partners, like Japan, EU-Asia relations also present a broad set of economic disputes and recent negotiation efforts analyzed in the contributions to this volume. This book will be of key interest to scholars and students of International Trade/Economic Law, EU Politics, EU External Relations (Law), International Relations, Diplomacy and more broadly to International Relations and Asian studies"-- Provided by publisher.
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Introduction / Chien-Huei Wu and Frank Gaenssmantel Managing International Economic Relations through Diplomacy and Law : Towards a Framework for Understanding External Policies of the European Union / Frank Gaenssmantel and Chien-Huei Wu Judicial Diplomacy? : The Role of the CJEU in EU-Asia Trade Disputes / Andrés Delgado Casteleiro Law and Diplomacy in EU-China Trade Relations : A Historical Overview / Jappe Eckhart EU-Asia Investors-States Disputes : Assertive Legalism for Economic and Political Autonomy / Leïla Choukroune Embedding Diplomacy in Formal Procedures : How the European Commission Navigated the Solar Panel Dispute with China / Frank Gaenssmantel The China-EU Solar Panel Trade Dispute : Explaining Different Responses of the Member States / Shaofeng Chen Disciplining Export Restrictions through Negotiation and Litigation / Chien-Huei Wu The Limits of a Legal Approach in Resolving EU-China Trade Disputes on Non-Market Economy Status / Ching-Wen Hsueh Preventing Divergences from Becoming Disputes : The Elusive EU-China Investment Negotiations / Julien Chaisse, Qian Xu, Xueliang Ji A Legal Approach for Trade Issues and a Diplomatic Approach for Non-Trade and Sustainability Issues? : From the EUSFTA via the Singapore Opinion of the Court of Justice of the EU to the JEFTA / Herman Voogsgeerd More than Words? : Labour Standards in the Future EU-India FTA / Gerda van Roozendaal New Trade Rule-Making regarding Sustainable Development in EU FTAs with Asian Countries / Yumiko Nakanishi Conclusion / Chien-Huei Wu and Frank Gaenssmantel.
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