“...Beyond the Established Legal Orders achieves its aim of furthering the debate about how the established EU and international legal orders interact, and readers of the European Law Review will find much of the content extremely incisive and thought-provoking.
...this book gives a thorough analysis of the intersections between established legal orders which will be a vital addition to the literature on the subject for both EU and international lawyers.” – Paul James Cardwell,
European Law Review, Volume 37
“...an excellent contribution to scholarship. It provides highly analytical, cutting-edge, theoretically-informed and insightful contributions to the growing literature on the increasing interdependence between the EU and the international legal orders. It should be noted, moreover, that although the book comprises a collection of articles presented at a workshop, Evans and Koutrakos, have ensured that it is not plagued by the faults that characterize many such edited books, such as selectivity, lack of coherence and uneven standards of contribution.
The book is highly recommended to scholars interested in the diverse and multifaceted aspects of the EU external persona and the dialectic relationship between the EU and the international legal orders.
...the book is a very welcome and recommended addition to the corpus of literature on the external dimensions of the EU persona, in respective of its trade, economic, political and security dimensions.” – Guy Harpaz,
Common Market Law Review, Volume 49