The objective of this book is to analyse the EU's trade relations with the rest of the world, in the framework of its trade policy and the main agreements signed with other countries and economic blocs, at a time marked by a pandemic that refuses to disappear completely and, in particular, by the Russian invasion of Ukraine. The Covid-19 pandemic and Russia's war of aggression against Ukraine have caused unprecedented disruption to global markets and supply chains, highlighting the importance of open trade in maintaining the trade flow that has existed up to that point. In the face of this situation, exacerbated by rising energy prices and shortages of raw materials, the EU's extensive network of trade agreements now in place is undoubtedly an important asset in keeping markets open and diversifying supply chains. Twenty-five experts, professors and lecturers from eleven Spanish and three foreign universities take part in this book, which provides an in-depth analysis of the EU's trade relations with the rest of the world, without ignoring other areas of bilateral relations.
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