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The state of the European Union. 7, with US or against US? European trends in American perspective

Abstract : Since 1945, two major projects have dominated European worldviews: the transatlantic partnership and “integration” in the European Union. Neither is fundamentally at risk today, but both have entered uncharted territory. President Bush has asked bluntly if Europeans are “with us or against us,” and most lean toward the latter. The EU’s original road map for integration culminated in monetary union, and its future agenda is vague. This introduction and the book that follows chart the many trends of change that carried Europe to this crossroads. It aims for accessibility for European and American students, avoiding theoretical jargon and mapping European trends in comparison to American policies and institutions. (Publisher's abstract)
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Craig Parsons, Nicolas Jabko. The state of the European Union. 7, with US or against US? European trends in American perspective. Craig Parsons; Nicolas Jabko. Oxford University Press, pp.468, 2005, Thestate of the European Union. ⟨hal-03394009⟩

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