Which Europe?: The Politics of Differentiated Integration

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Kenneth Dyson, Angelos Sepos
Palgrave Macmillan, Aug 27, 2010 - Political Science - 392 pages
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The Euro Area, the Schengen Area, and Airbus - the 'Anglosphere', the Franco-German 'motor' and Nordic cooperation – each illustrates how differentiation has become a pervasive feature of European integration. Which Europe? offers an authoritative and comprehensive examination of differentiated integration in its functional and its territorial aspects. It focuses on its implications for both the practice and the theory of European integration. Is it strengthening or weakening the EU and its Member States? Are territorial identities being undermined or strengthened? Are new theories of integration required? In particular, this book looks at the relationship between the growth in use of differentiated integration and the widening of European Union membership, the broadening in its policy scope, and the deepening in integration.

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Kenneth Dyson is Research Professor in the School of Law and Politics at Cardiff University, UK. He is a Fellow of the British Academy and an Academician of the Social Sciences. His research interests encompass European integration, comparative and historical political economy, and German political studies. His publications include The State Tradition in Western Europe; The Road to Maastricht (with Kevin Featherstone), chosen by the European Parliament as one of the 100 best reads on European integration; and States, Debt, and Power: 'Saints' and 'Sinners' In European History and Integration, which received the UACES Best Book Prize in 2015.

Angelos Sepos is Assistant Professor in International & European Politics at Al Akhawayn University, Ifrane, Morocco. He is the author of the book The Europeanization of Cyprus: Polity, Policies and Politics Basingstoke (2008) and has also published articles in numerous edited volumes and leading scientific journals such as the Journal of Political Power, Journal of European Integration, Journal of Southern Europe and the Balkans and Regional and Federal Studies.

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