Cutting through the jargon of EU politics, the third edition of
this engaging and informative textbook examines the history,
institutions, processes and politics of the European Union with
unprecedented clarity. The EU is a fascinating political experiment
in regional integration and it has changed our understanding of
Europe, how Europeans relate to one another, the role Europe plays
in global politics and has even shifted our understanding of
politics itself. Helping to make sense of it all in the author's
accessible style, this book is underpinned by theory and the latest
research throughout. Organised in three main parts, the text covers
everything from the history of the EU and its treaties to the
institutions that make up the EU and its policies in areas such as
the economy, the environment and the Area of Freedom, Security and
Justice. This is the go-to text for all students taking courses or
modules on the EU, as well as functioning as an accessible
introduction for anyone who wants to find out more about how the EU
works and what difference it makes.
Red Globe Press
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||260 x 193mm (L x W)
||3rd ed. 2020
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