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Overview

The European Union since 1945 provides a general survey of European intergration, from its emergence at the end of World War II to the negotiation of the Constitutional Treaty in 2004 and enlargement to Central and Eastern Europe. Adopting a chronological approach, the book examines the economic and political factors that have shaped the process of European Integration, and as a consequence the transfer of power away from member states, have been primarily the result of decisions taken by the member states themselves.

Suitable for undergraduate courses on the EU taken as part of the European Studies, History, Politics, International Relations or Law degree.

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Editorial Reviews

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'The author is balanced in his presentation of the controversies surrounding the organisation and its future.'

Dr James Munson, Contemporary Review, Volume 287, No 1677, October 2005

'...the most concise and accurate description of the development of European institutions and their policies.'

'...a welcome contribution to the historical research on European integration. It provides a crisp and accessible overview of the major developments that will be enjoyed by its readers.'

Michael J. Steffens, Political Studies Review, Volume 4, Number 2, May 2006

‘The clear accessible chapters, documents and timeline are designed to be accessible and helpful for the reader… The European Union Since 1945 should be read by undergraduates in introductory EU courses, policy practitioners who are interested in how the European project developed over time, and by the intelligent general reader. This is an excellent example of how an accessible textbook with crucial supporting documents should be written, documented and presented.’

Neil Winn, European Foreign Affairs Review 11: 281-290,2006

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780582423930
  • Publisher: Pearson
  • Publication date: 6/14/2005
  • Series: Seminar Studies in History Series
  • Edition description: Older Edition
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 200
  • Product dimensions: 6.21 (w) x 9.21 (h) x 0.42 (d)

Meet the Author

Alasdair Blair is Jean Monnet Chair and Reader in International Relations at Coventry University He is the author of The Longman Companion to the EU since 1945 and Along with Anthony Forster is co-author of Britain's European Foreign Policy.

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Table of Contents

Preface

Abbreviations

The Enlargement of the EU

Illustrations

Chronology

PART ONE: BACKGROUND

1. The Problem Of European Integration

PART TWO: HISTORICAL ANALYSIS

2. The Road To Rome: 1945-1957

3. Constructing The Community: 1958-1968

4. From Optimism To Indecision: 1969-1979

5. Renewed Progress: 1980-1989

6. The Transformation Of Europe: 1990-2004

PART THREE: ASSESSMENT

7. The Future Of European Integration

PART FOUR: DOCUMENTS

Glossary

Who¿s Who

Further Reading

References

Index

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