Lobbying in EU Foreign Policy-Making: The Case of the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict

Taylan Özgür Kaya


The book breaks new ground in the literature on lobbying in the European Union by offering a unique analysis of how lobbying works in the context of EU foreign policy-making, with particular focus on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.


European Union, European Union Foreign Policy, Non-state Actors, Lobbying, Israeli-Palestinian Conflict

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