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2014
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Sharon Pardo - Joel Peters

Israel and the European Union: A Documentary History

Israel's relations with the European Union stretch back to the early days of the European Community and the signing of the Treaty of Rome in 1957. From that point onward, Israel and Europe have developed an increasingly strong network of political, economic, scientific, and cultural ties. These relations have, however, consisted of a number of conflicting trends. Indeed, even while the EU has become Israel's most important trading partner, the political relationship has been marked by disappointment, frustration, and, at times, even anger.
Lexington Books, Lanham MD
2014
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Andrea Cofelice

The European Parliament as an International Parliamentary Institution (with S. Stavridis)

in European Foreign Affairs Review, vol. 19, no. 2, p. 145–178

This article aims at contextualizing the European Parliament (EP)'s international role according to the IPIs literature, by asking whether the EP can be included in comparative studies on IPIs or, on the contrary, if it should rather be considered a 'sui generis' phenomenon - because of its role in European Union (EU) integration and the scope of its powers.
Wolters Kluwer
2014
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Books
Sharon Pardo - Joel Peters

Israel and the European Union: A Documentary History

Israel's relations with the European Union stretch back to the early days of the European Community and the signing of the Treaty of Rome in 1957. From that point onward, Israel and Europe have developed an increasingly strong network of political, economic, scientific, and cultural ties. These relations have, however, consisted of a number of conflicting trends. Indeed, even while the EU has become Israel's most important trading partner, the political relationship has been marked by disappointment, frustration, and, at times, even anger.
Lexington Books, Lanham MD
2014
More details
Articles and Book Chapters
Andrea Cofelice

The European Parliament as an International Parliamentary Institution (with S. Stavridis)

in European Foreign Affairs Review, vol. 19, no. 2, p. 145–178

This article aims at contextualizing the European Parliament (EP)'s international role according to the IPIs literature, by asking whether the EP can be included in comparative studies on IPIs or, on the contrary, if it should rather be considered a 'sui generis' phenomenon - because of its role in European Union (EU) integration and the scope of its powers.
Wolters Kluwer