Joris Larik, Foreign Policy Objectives in European Constitutional Law, Oxford University Press, 2016

Joris Larik, Foreign Policy Objectives in European Constitutional Law, Oxford University Press, 2016

  • Provides the first comprehensive account of foreign policy objectives as a growing part of European constitutional law
  • Examines constitutional pluralism within the EU and the multiplicity of actors in EU external relations, including all 28 Member States and their constitutions
  • Applies a comparative constitutional methodology to this study using leading doctrines from both civil and common law countries
  • Implements an interdisciplinary approach combining legal analysis and international relations theory


Introduction: Europe’s International Ambitions as a Topic of Constitutional Law
1: Understanding Constitutional Foreign Policy Objectives: Insights from Comparative Constitutional Law
2: The Substance of Constitutional Foreign Policy Objectives
3: Foreign Policy Objectives as Norms of EU Constitutional Law
4: E Pluribus Cohaerente: Foreign Policy Objectives in the European Constitutional Space
5: ‘Normative Power’ and the Power(lessness) of Norms: Constitutional Foreign Policy Objectives and the Theories of International Relations
Conclusion: European Constitutional Law between ‘Worldy Ambition’ and Spes Saeculi


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