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The European Union is both the most successful modern experiment in international cooperation and a daunting analytical challenge to students of politics, economics, history, law, and the social sciences. The EU of the twenty-first century will be fundamentally different from its earlier permutations, as monetary union, eastern enlargement, a new defence role, and globalization all create pressures for a more complex, differentiated, and truly new European Union.

The New European Union series, under the general editorship of John Peterson and Helen Wallace, provides definitive textbooks on the major aspects of EU politics and integration as studied at undergraduate level. Each of the books in the series covers a key area of EU politics, and brings together the expertise of leading scholars in each area, writing in an accessible 'student-friendly' style, for an international readership.

Each of the books follows a common format and makes extensive use of figures and tables; boxed features

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Policy-Making in the European Union

Seventh Edition

$65.95

Helen Wallace, Mark A. Pollack, and Alasdair R. Young

9780199689675
Paperback
11 February 2015
New European Union Series

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The European Union

How Does It Work?

Fifth Edition

$61.95

Daniel Kenealy, John Peterson, and Richard Corbett

9780198807490
Paperback
30 October 2018
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