The European Union’s Asia-Pacific strategies and policies at the crossroads
in The European Union in the Asia-Pacific
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This introduction provides the background, rationale and objectives of the book. It first provides some history of the EU’s presence in the Asia-Pacific, followed by a discussion of the challenges and opportunities that the EU is currently facing in the region. The focus then turns to the need for the EU to rethink its strategic priorities and policies in the region, introducing various questions and issues. It concludes with a summary of the book structure.

The European Union in the Asia-Pacific

Rethinking Europe’s strategies and policies


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