The Uniting of Europe: From Consolidation to Enlargement

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Taylor & Francis, Jan 4, 2002 - History - 128 pages
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The Uniting of Europe: From Discord to Concord by Stanley Henig provides an introduction to the history of European integration. The author places European unification within a wider political and economic context. He shows how institutional developments have been conditioned by wider international considerations.
Including a succinct but comprehensive account of the structure, functions and working of the major European institutions, this book considers:

* the impact of the Cold War and the superpowers on Europe
* Britain's decision to join the Community
* the consequences of German reunification
* the problem of nationalism in Eastern Europe
* key personalities, parties, regimes and political systems
* the challenges of the future for the European Union.

Stanley Henig argues that integration and unification cannot be understood without reference to wider factors. The Uniting of Europe provides a comprehensive background to current and future issues confronting Europe in a global context.

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