The 7th edition of this best-selling textbook provides a
broad-ranging but concise introduction to the EU, covering all
major aspects of the European project. This edition takes full
account of the current challenges faced by the EU, including the
ongoing difficulties in the Eurozone and the rise of
euroscepticism, which culminated spectacularly in Britain's
decision to leave the Union in 2016. Fully updated throughout,
McCormick continues to clearly and succinctly cover the history and
institutions of the EU; the underlying principles of European
integration; the impact of the EU on its member states and
citizens; and the dynamics and effects of EU policies. Going beyond
simplifying and summarising key points, McCormick also covers the
nuances of principles, politics and policies that are often lost in
concise introductory texts. While this text would naturally suit
Political Science and International Relations students, McCormick
realises that the EU is both a global political actor and the
wealthiest marketplace in the world, which means the EU must be
studied from multiple disciplinary persepctives. This textbook is
packed with pedagogical features and written with minimal jargon
and in interdisciplinary terms so as to be accessible for those
with no prior understanding of the EU, enabling both Politics and
International Relations students and students of other disciplines
to have a refined understanding on the EU.
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