Foreign Relations and Policy of the European Union: A Review on the (Dis) Integration of the European Union
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Institutionally, the European Union (EU) is engaged in and conducts diplomatic contacts with a variety of national, international, regional and global actors in a wide range of countries, from global warming to the Middle East peace process, from political and economic underdevelopment in Africa to refugee and asylum issues. At the same time, the EU is following various policies while carrying out these relations. However, the EU cannot show its success in establishing foreign relations and conducting diplomatic contacts in policy formulation and implementation. In this respect, this study will analyze the foreign policy of the EU and its external relations and try to investigate why external competence does not reflect the foreign policy.