|Series||Forschungen zur europäischen Integration ;, Bd. 6|
|LC Classifications||JN36 .O96 2002|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||227 p. :|
|Number of Pages||227|
|LC Control Number||2002543477|
As the complex relationship between the European Union and its member states continues to evolve, this book seeks to explore not only the nature of the relationship but also the broader implications of European integration in which politics in Europe is studied. Written by a group of distinguished academics from both Europe and North America, it considers the impact of . The European nation state is now placed between the interconnected processes of globalization and European integration. This new book examines these evolving relationships, showing how the conventional territorial basis of the state is being reappraised. Bringing together leading thinkers on the The Geopolitics of Euro-Atlantic Integration. The Nation, Europe, and the World. Book Description: Textbooks in history, geography and the social sciences provide important insights into the ways in which nation-states project themselves. Based on case studies of France, Germany, the Netherlands, Spain, Greece, Turkey Bulgaria, Russia, and the United States, this volume shows the role that. This volume analyses and compares different forms of nationalism across a range of European countries and regions during the long nineteenth century. It aims to put detailed studies of nationalist.
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