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As the European Union moves towards enlargement, What Kind of Europe? pinpoints the crucial issues which will shape its future as a regional, economic, and political entity. Loukas Tsoukalis is one of the world's leading scholars on European integration; in this book he writes for any reader
interested in the key democratic choices facing Europe's citizens.

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Specificații

ISBN-13: 9780199279487
ISBN-10: 0199279489
Pagini: 264
Ilustrații: numerous, 1 table
Dimensiuni: 156 x 235 x 17 mm
Greutate: 0.41 kg
Ediția: Updated, Expand
Editura: Oxford University Press
Colecția OUP Oxford
Locul publicării: Oxford, United Kingdom

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What Kind of Europe? represents an interesting mosaic of the most important themes that today compose the complex process of European integration ... includes up-to-date data and many user-friendly graphs ... Tsoukalis's work raises interesting questions and provides an important blueprint for further integration. It is thought provoking and carefully crafted. As such I recommend it to all those, whether academics, students, or simple citizens, who areconcerned with European issues. It is definitely good value for money.
Tsoukalis makes a compelling case that a lively debate about Europe is needed ... With a velvet glove and a nuanced study, Tsoukalis wields an effective hammer.
[Tsoukalis's] work poses important, even awkward questions about Europe's future, questions too rarely and obliquely asked of the EU ... He is far from being the first author to ask such important and some times obvious questions, but he does so effectively and with style.
Tsoukalis, a noted expert on European matters, has performed an admirable service with this medium-length text that is substantively fulfilling and can appeal to the non- specialist.
Loukas Tsoukalis ... is an EU insider par excellence. He has managed to write a book about the European Union which takes on big questions and writes about them in clear and lively language ... all sides in the argument about the future of the European Union would profit from reading his book, which manages to summarise old arguments in a succinct and accessible way, while also introducing stimulating new ideas to the debate.
... this is not just one more book on the theory of European integration, nor a specialized study of the intricacies of EU governance and policymaking. It is, quite simply, the most readable, comprehensive, and balanced account yet of an extraordinary experiment in interstate cooperation ... an admirable piece of work.
This is surely the best book on the state of the European Union at its present stage of development... Unusually for a book of such academic quality, it caters also for the general reader...