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What is the European Union: Nature and Prospects - The European Union Series (Paperback)
  • What is the European Union: Nature and Prospects - The European Union Series (Paperback)
  • What is the European Union: Nature and Prospects - The European Union Series (Paperback)
  • What is the European Union: Nature and Prospects - The European Union Series (Paperback)
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What is the European Union: Nature and Prospects - The European Union Series (Paperback) What is the European Union: Nature and Prospects - The European Union Series (Paperback)

What is the European Union: Nature and Prospects - The European Union Series (Paperback)

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Paperback 240 Pages / Published: 04/08/2005
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This distinctive new text provides an overview and assessment of key debates about the political character of the EU. Arguing that it is best seen as an international organization - albeit of a particularly integrated kind - Paul Magnette shows how the need to accommodate a range of state interests shapes the EU political system and assesses the implications for its democratic functioning; for institutions and policy; and for Europeanization and integration.

Publisher: Palgrave USA
ISBN: 9781403941824
Number of pages: 240
Weight: 330 g
Dimensions: 235 x 155 x 14 mm


MEDIA REVIEWS
"An insightful and intelligent overview of the politics, history and likely future of the European Union: the world's most successful international organization. Paul Magnette eschews polemics, whether Euroenthusiast or Euroskeptical, and at every turn debunks myths of an undemocratic Brussels superstate. In their place he offers a succinct, readable and balanced analysis of the concrete reality of European integration today. Student and citizens alike should read this book." - Andrew Moravcsik, Princeton University
"Paul Magnette's book provides a clear, incisive, and distinctive analysis of the European Union. Approaching the EU from an essentially intergovernmental perspective, the book is well organised, highly informed, and always lively." - Professor Neill Nugent, Manchester Metropolitan University

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