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Title: EU trade policy : principles versus pragmatism. The cases of Vietnam and Cambodia
Authors: Pennisi di Floristella, Angela Maria
Keywords: European Union countries -- Commercial policy -- Case studies
European Union countries -- Foreign relations -- Southeast Asia
European Union countries -- Foreign relations -- Vietnam
European Union countries -- Foreign relations -- Cambodia
Non-tariff trade barriers -- Europe -- Case studies
Conditionality (International relations)
Human rights -- Vietnam
Human rights -- Cambodia
Issue Date: 2021
Publisher: Routledge
Citation: Pennisi di Floristella, A. (2021). EU Trade Policy: Principles versus Pragmatism. The Cases of Vietnam and Cambodia. The International Spectator, 56(2), 132-147.
Abstract: European Union (EU) trade policy has appeared rather contradictory recently towards countries in which there are instances of human rights violations, such as Vietnam and Cambodia. Given that principled pragmatism, set down in the 2016 EU Global Strategy, entails the view that the EU approach must fit the reality of EU interests, it is a useful lens for explaining why the EU treats its trade partners differently. This is important in view of the EU’s evolving foreign and security policy in the Southeast Asian region and its distinctive economic, security and strategic interests in Vietnam and Cambodia.
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