The 10th edition of the long-established definitive guide to the EU. From its original six members (who formed the European Economic Community in 1957) what became the European Union had grown to 27 members in 2007, with several more candidates for membership standing in the wings.
This long-established definitive guide to the workings of the EU provides
Comprehensive coverage of the institutions, the mechanisms, every area of EU competence from agriculture to workers' rights
The effects of the single market and the single currency and the successes and stresses of the euro zone
The implications of the Lisbon treaty
The impact of the enlargement of the EU and the prospects for further enlargement and for closer political integration
The Guide to the European Union is well-established as the clearest and most comprehensive guide to how the EU operates.
From the publishers of the august news magazine The Economist and veteran British journalist and former politician Dick Leonard, Guide to the European Union is a clear and comprehensive guide to what the EU is, why it exists, and how it operates. Performed in an elegant, authoritative manner by prolific British actor Gordon Griffin, the guide is in its 10th edition and is arranged into the following sections: The Background, the Institutions, the Competences, and the "Special Problems" facing the EU. A discussion of the future of the powerful union is provided. The guide should be of interest to any intelligent follower of the political state of our world, and perfect for any beginning student of Europe.
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