Parliament and Diaspora in Europe

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  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 2013-04-25
  • Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan

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The merging of homeland and diaspora, which results in the formation of an expanded and cross-border nation, has helped to transform the national legislature into a cosmonational parliament governed by representatives from these two segments of the population. The book analyzes the deployment of diaspora representation in homeland parliaments in its various forms, and compares this deployment in three European national settings in an effort to explain the multiple dimensions of this new cosmonational parliament model.

Author Biography

Michel S. Laguerre is a Professor at, and Director of, the Berkeley Center for Globalization and Information Technology, USA.

Table of Contents

1. Europeanization and European Politics; Michael Mannin
2. Germany: The EU and a Transforming Political Arena; Patricia Daenhardt
3. Finland: Towards a More Cautious Europeanization?; Juha Jokela
4. France: Europeanization of the Fifth Republic – Past, Present and Future; Helen Drake
5. Poland: Europeanization at the Parliamentary Level; Dominika Kasprowicz and Natasza Stycynska
6. Britain: Europeanization and the Battle with History; Michael Mannin
7. Greece: Europeanization and Greek Politics – A Critical Assessment; Kostas Geminis and Zoe Lefkofridi
8. Europeanization and Immigration Policy; Gallya Lahav and Adam Luedtke
9. Europeanization of Health Policy: The Role of EU Institutions; Karen Heard-Lauréote
10. Energy and Climate Policy; John Vogler
11. Europeanization and the Common Foreign and Security Policy; Karolina Pomorska and Nicholas Wright
12. Development Policy; Charlotte Bretherton
13. The EU and its Eastern Neighbours – the Limits of Europeanization; Paul Flenley
14. 'Euro 1.0': Europeanization Manqué?; Paul McVeigh
15. Conclusion: Evaluating the Europeanization Effect; Michael Mannin

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