Conceptualizing a Differentiated Europe
This publication explains that the European Union (EU) requires a higher degree of differentiated integration in order to remain effective with 27+ member states. The author explains that the increasing economic, financial, social and geopolitical heterogeneity among EU countries, diverging political objectives and expectations concerning the future path of integration, and the need to respond to pressure form third countries aiming to join the European club, call for differentiated integration.
© 2008 Hellenic Foundation for European and Foreign Policy (ELIAMEP)
Janis A Emmanouilidis
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