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The European Union Series

The European Union Series provides an authoritative library on the European Union ranging from general introductory texts to definitive assessments of key institutions and actors, policies and policy processes, and the role of member states. Books in the series are written by leading scholars and reflect the most up-to-date research and debate. Particular attention is paid to accessibility and clear presentation for a wide audience of students, practitioners and interested general readers.

The books have all been colour coded to enable you and your students to navigate easily between topics.

Series editors:

Neill Nugent, Visiting Professor, and Honorary Professor, College of Europe, Bruges. and University of Salford, UK

William E. Paterson, Honarary Professor for German and European Politics, Aston Universitu, UK

In this Series

Main Areas of Policy

Authoritative accounts of key policy areas


General Texts

A wide range of accessible introductions to EU topics


Member States

Examining the relationships between member states and the EU



Accessible accounts of key issues in EU politics


Institutions and Actors

Comprehensive introductions to the key institutions in the EU


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