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The New European Union: Confronting the Challenges of Integration

@inproceedings{Wood2007TheNE,
  title={The New European Union: Confronting the Challenges of Integration},
  author={Steve Wood and Wolfgang Quaisser},
  year={2007}
}
This concise but wide-ranging work explores the major political, economic, and strategic challenges confronting the European Union in the context of a rapidly changing geopolitical environment.Steve Wood and Wolfgang Quaisser consider the actors and issues at the center of current developments in the integration process. Beginning with some basic conceptual questions - for example, what is Europe? - they focus on the Union's increasingly complex politics and economy. Their discussion ranges… 

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