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The Future of Europe - Revisited

The Future of Europe - Revisited (Paperback)

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Europe is at a major crossroads in its post-World War II history. The European Union (EU) has not only successfully adopted the euro as a common currency but it has also included twelve more member states. In this comprehensive volume, Peter Coffey, author of The Future of Europe (Edward Elgar, 1995), examines the major issues and challenges facing Europe and presents a concise and up-to-date analysis of the economic, political and social issues facing the EU following enlargement.



The book is divided into five parts, with Part One analyzing issues surrounding the enlargement of the EU including criteria for membership, negotiations with candidate countries, and possible implications. Part Two covers the euro and the EMU. In Part Three the author examines the major areas of reform - institutional as well as policy - and sets forth his own proposals for future policy changes. Part Four reviews the European Convention, while Part Five looks to the future of Europe. Also included are official documents on European unification that are often difficult to obtain. In conclusion, the author foresees that the EU will, at least for some time, become a confederation of nation states, rather than a federation as desired by some EU members.



This timely book is a must read for students and scholars of European studies, as well as political leaders and those with business interests in Europe.

History & PoliticsPolitics & governmentInternational relationsInternational institutions Publisher: Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd Publication Date: 27/10/2004 ISBN-13: 9781845420871  Details: Type: Paperback Format: Books
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Peter Coffey, Emeritus Professor, University of St Thomas, Minnesota, US

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