1st Edition

The Enlarged European Union Unity and Diversity

Edited By Peter Mair, Jan Zielonka Copyright 2002
    224 Pages
    by Routledge

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    by Routledge

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    Focusing upon the emerging patterns of unity and diversity in the enlarged European Union, this study explores enlargement from the East and the impact this will have on the future identity of Europe.

    Introduction - diversity and adaptation in the enlarged European Union, Jan Zielonka and Peter Mair; eastward enlargement of the European Union and the identity of Europe, Dieter Fuchs and Hans-Dieter Klingemann; culture and national identity - the east and European integration, David D. Laitin; discomforts of victory - democracy, liberal values and nationalism in post-communist Europe, Vladimir Tismaneanu; making institutions in central and eastern Europe, and the impact of Europe, Darina Malova and Tim Haughton; making markets and eastern enlargement - diverging convergence?, Laszlo Bruszt; health not wealth - enlarging the EMU, Daniel Gros; the welfare state in transition economies and accession to the EU, Hans-Jurgen Wagener; approaching the EU and reaching the US? rival narratives on transforming welfare regimes in east-central Europe, Janos Matyas Kovacs.


    Peter Mair, Jan Zielonka