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EU Strategic Autonomy: Industry Implications in the Changing World Trade Order.

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Concurrent factors are rapidly reshaping our vision of the international economy: the COVID-19 pandemic and its impact on industries and value chains; the growth and growing assertiveness of China; and the United States’ redefinition of its role in the various regions of the world. How do these major factors affect the present and future of the EU and what are the implications for its policies? This paper analyses the main characteristics of European strategic autonomy in the wider context of the economic and social changes observed in international trade and international relations, in order to better understand what strategic autonomy means for European democracy.
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hal-03585005 , version 1 (03-03-2022)

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Gérard Pogorel. EU Strategic Autonomy: Industry Implications in the Changing World Trade Order.. Europe’s Window of Opportunity Why the EU needs to reform after the Conference, 1 (1), , pp.82-88, 2021, Future Europe, 978-2-39067-028-5. ⟨10.53121/ELFFEUJ1⟩. ⟨hal-03585005v1⟩
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