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It is fair to say that the external promotion of human rights within Europe, and elsewhere, has been a major focus of the European Union (EU) beyond its humble beginnings as an economic association following the Second World War. Whether working with other intergovernmental organizations (IGOs), or establishing its own accumulated human rights guidelines pronounced in the acquis communautaire, the EU has frequently utilized its economic and political powers to promote human rights to its member states, accession countries, and beyond.
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