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What version or edition is this?
This is the 2nd edition with a publication date of 1/26/2016.
What is included with this book?
The second edition of Recreating Europe analyses the progressive integration of central and eastern Europe with the expanding European Union. The European Union will be deeply affected politically, economically and in its institutions by the first enlargement to the region in 2004: similarly the new member states are undergoing a profound transformation in preparation for membership. The Union is also strongly influencing the 'wider Europe' notably in the western Balkans and in eastern Europe and some of these countries aim to join the Union in the coming decade. The book has been completely revised and updated to take account of the changes which accompany the first enlargement of the Union to this region. In addition, new chapters have been added on relations with the western Balkans and with the western CIS countries as well as on the significance of enlargement and the 'wider Europe' for the debate about the 'future of Europe'.
Table of Contents
|From the overthrow of Communism to integration with the European Union|
|The Association Agreements and their institutions: the legal framework|
|Trade and the Europe agreements|
|The creation of the market economy: competition, factor movements and economic cooperation in the association agreements|
|Preparing Enlargement and Accession|
|Going Beyond the Europe Agreements: the Union's pre-accession strategy|
|Financial assistance to the accession process|
|The costs and benefits of enlargement|
|The political economy of enlargement|
|The future European architecture|
|Preparing for accession; problems for the associated countries|
|Negotiations and the Substantial Problems of Enlargement|
|Environment and transport|
|Redistribution and the structural funds|
|Enlargement and the Union budget|
|Free movement of labour and migration issues|
|Justice and home affairs and the Schengen acquis|
|The enlargement negotiations|
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