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The Cambridge History of the European Union
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  • Volume 1: European Integration Outside-In
  • Edited by Mathieu Segers, Universiteit Maastricht, Netherlands, Steven Van Hecke, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium
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Volume I examines the history of the European Union from an outside-in perspective, asking the following questions: how does the European Union look from the outside, and which outside forces shaped and guided the process of European integration? Split into three parts, the first addresses the main external events that have steered the European integration process, with emphasis placed on critical junctures following the Second World War, such as the division and reunification of Germany and the Eastern enlargement. Part II considers the various international trends that have shaped European integration, with particular focus on globalisation and geopolitics. While the first two parts pay special attention to institutions, countries, international organisations and the main actors, Part III focuses on the role of ideas, networks, public opinion and memory that influenced the development of the European Union.


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