Faced with contemporary geoeconomic challenges, the European Union and its member states are experiencing an identity crisis. Thijs De Cuyper argues that the EU shouldn’t slavishly copy other countries' policies, especially when it means abandoning the pursuit of a rule-based economic order in favour of a unilateral system bearing China's signature
PhD Candidate and Teaching Assistant, Catholic University of Leuven
Thijs' current research focuses on the division of competences between the European Union and its member states in the area of foreign economic policy, as well as a variety of topics related to the legal dimension of recent evolutions in geoeconomics.
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