The long-term implications of EU enlargement : the nature of the new borders : final report of the Reflection Group
Florence : European University Institute, 1999
AMATO, Giuliano, BATT, Judy (editor/s), The long-term implications of EU enlargement : the nature of the new borders : final report of the Reflection Group, Florence : European University Institute, 1999 - http://hdl.handle.net/1814/14277
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This report reflects the discussions at six meetings in 1998-99 of Reflection Group set up jointly by the Forward Studies Unit of the European Commission and the Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies, European University Institute, Florence.
Table of Contents:
Introduction. -- Part I. Divergence and convergence in Europe. -- 1. Perceptions and reality : divergence as a structuring element in the eastwards enlargement of the EU. -- 2. Religious and social values. -- 3. Citizenship and national identities. -- 4. Support for democracy and the liberal state. -- 5. The socio-economic gap. -- 6. Conclusions : reality and illusion in the enlarged EU. -- Part II. Implications for an enlarged EU : the problem of the new border. -- 7. European identity and the bases of political unity. -- 8. Economic transition, accession and globalisation. -- 9. Managing the new eastern border. -- 10. Conclusion and policy recommendations
Title on the cover: 'Final report of the reflection group on the long-term implications of EU enlargement : the nature of the new border'
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Publisher: European University Institute