Changing Europe: Identities, Nations and Citizens

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extent, the institutional problems have been addressed by the Treaty of Nice. However, it is perfectly understandable why certain member states are objecting to any reform of the current financial system since the benefits to them are enormous. Perceived national interests, rather than the grand European federal vision, become paramount for a member state likely to lose the economic advantages it has enjoyed in recent years.

It should also not be forgotten that the enthusiasm for membership among the general populations of the CEECs appears to have dampened as the years have dragged on. This is largely a result of the long drawn-out process of negotiation but also an increasing recognition that whatever budgetary reforms are made within the EU, the CEECs are unlikely to receive the same positive financial discrimination that the Mediterranean states and Ireland have received in the past. There is also a growing awareness among those CEECs in the 'second wave' that they could receive fewer economic benefits than those in the 'first wave' as successive reforms of the EU's budgetary policies take effect. Rather than an integrated Europe, the future could be a multi-layered Europe with a range of internal conflicts and strains embedded within it.


Further reading
Avery, G. and Cameron, F. (1998) The Enlargement of the European Union. Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press.
Croft, S., Redmond, J., Rees, G. and Webber, M. (1999) The Enlargement of Europe. Manchester: Manchester University Press.
Curzon-Price, V., Landau, A. and Whitman, R. (eds) (1999) The Enlargement of the European Union: Issues and Strategies. London: Routledge.
Falkner, G. and Nentwich, M. (2001) 'Enlarging the European Union', in J. Richardson (ed.) European Union: Power and Policy-making. London: Routledge, pp. 259-282.
Grabbe, H. and Hughes, K. (1998) Enlarging the European Union Eastwards. London: Royal Institution for International Affairs.
Henderson, K. (ed.) (1999) Back to Europe - Central and Eastern Europe and the European Union. London: UCL Press.
Lewis, P. (2001) 'The enlargement of the European Union', in S. Bromley (ed.) Governing Europe. London: Sage, pp. 221-254.
Preston, C. (1997) Enlargement and Integration in the European Union. London: Routledge.
Tiersky, R. (ed.) (1999) Europe Today. Oxford: Rowman & Littlefield.

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Tables x
  • Chapter 1 - Introduction 1
  • Chapter 2 - European Citizenship 9
  • Further Reading 22
  • Chapter 3 - The Nation-State in Europe 23
  • Further Reading 41
  • Chapter 4 - Nationalism in Europe 43
  • Chapter 5 - Regions in Europe and 'A Europe of the Regions' 65
  • Chapter 6 - Migration and Asylum-Seeking in Europe 81
  • Further Reading 94
  • Chapter 7 - Human Rights - the European Experience 95
  • Chapter 8 - 'Europe' and European Identity 109
  • Further Reading 125
  • Chapter 9 - European Nation-States 127
  • Chapter 10 - The Enlargement of the European Union 141
  • Further Reading 155
  • Chapter 11 - European Nation-States and Globalisation 157
  • Notes 171
  • References 173
  • Index 183
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