Teaching the EU: exchanging ideas on techniques and methods
The Institute of International Studies, Bradley University, 1997 - Law - 137 pages
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PEDAGOGICAL GOALS AND APPROACHES IN TEACHING EUROPEAN
PROMOTING KNOWLEDGE OF THE EU AND THE TRANSATLANTIC
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