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This paper directly addresses the interaction between international regimes and European integration. It focuses on the European Union’s (EU) pivotal roles as the interface of the interaction between national, European and multilateral rules. I stress that there is truly an interaction, with intra-EU developments affecting multilateral regimes and vice-versa. I argue that the EU’s dual character as both an international institution and international actors affects both the form and substance of the positions articulated, collectively or not, by the member governments. The dual character also has particular implications for how multilateral regimes affect existing and future European and national rules. I also contend that this interaction can occur whether or not there is a pre-existing European regime.
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