Ever Closer Union: An Introduction to European Integration

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Palgrave Macmillan, 2005 - Europe - 665 pages
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Ever Closer Union is a uniquely comprehensive and genuinely interdisciplinary introduction to the history and political development of the European Union, its institutions and key policies and the main challenges it faces in the twenty-first century. Fully revised and updated throughout, to take account of enlargement and the development of the new EU Constitution the book retains the exceptionally accessible and lively style which previous editions so successful and popular.

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Is a pretty good book for people that don´t have any background in the EU and how it works... I recommend this book to those that don´t have any idea about the EU. Read full review

Contents

Reconstruction Reconciliation and lntegratnon 19451957
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Uncertain Terrain 19581972
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From European Community
97
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Desmond Dinan is Jean Monnet Professor of Public Policy at George Mason University.

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