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      Economic and non-economic values and objectives in the EU’s international trade: Normative tensions, actors and processes

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          This Europe and the World: A law review special issue comprises selected papers presented at a RENFORCE workshop on the theme of tensions between the EU’s trade and non-economic values, held at Utrecht University in November 2017. The symposium addresses normative dilemmas underlying the EU’s trade law and policy. Normative dilemmas subsist between, on the one hand, the EU’s basic pursuit of its commercial interests and trade liberalization, and, on the other hand, the EU’s mandate to promote and safeguard a number of non-economic values, including human rights and sustainable development. The journal symposium aims to unveil normative tensions existing in the EU’s trade and investment policy, and understand some of the key actors and processes through which normative tensions are created and also mitigated. While the tensions between economic and non-economic values in the EU’s trade law and policy have been extensively discussed in literature, the present symposium highlights some of the recent developments in the EU’s trade relations, analyses not only human rights but also sustainable development, and examines the impact of new technologies.

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            Journal
            EWLR
            Europe and the World: A law review
            Eur. World
            UCL Press
            2399-2875
            26 June 2019
            : 3
            : 1
            Affiliations
            [1 ]Assistant Professor, Europa Instituut, Utrecht University School of Law, Utrecht University, The Netherlands
            [2 ]Assistant Professor, International and European Law, Utrecht University School of Law, Utrecht University, The Netherlands
            [3 ]Associate Professor, Nyenrode Business University, The Netherlands; ingrid.koning@ 123456uu.nl
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            [* ]Correspondence: u.jaremba@ 123456uu.nl (U.J.); m.kanetake@ 123456uu.nl (M.K.)
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            EWLR-3-6
            10.14324/111.444.ewlj.2019.16
            © 2019, Urszula Jaremba, Machiko Kanetake and Ingrid Koning.

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            U. Jaremba, M. Kanetake, I. Koning, ‘Economic and non-economic values and objectives in the EU’s international trade: Normative tensions, actors and processes’ [2019] 3( 1): 6. Europe and the World: A law review [4]. DOI: https://doi.org/10.14324/111.444.ewlj.2019.16.

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