3 edition of The European Union Transformed found in the catalog.
The European Union Transformed
August 18, 2006 by Peter Lang Publishing .
Written in English
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The Brussels Effect is a tour de force; a study that will establish a new benchmark for scholars and serve as a major stumbling block for prophets of European decline/5(3). This book seeks to comprehend the evolving nature of the European Union following the fall of the Berlin Wall and the failure of the European Constitution.
Its prime focus is the last wave of enlargement that has profoundly transformed the by: Written in a clear and comprehensible style throughout, The European Union Transformed includes 20 topic-specific guides to further reading, making it the ideal source for all those who wish to understand the functioning of the European : Youri Devuyst.
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