Global Power Transition and the Future of the European Union

Yeşilada, Birol, Kugler, Jacek, Genna, Gaspare M. and Tanrıkulu, Osman G., Global Power Transition and the Future of the European Union, (London: Routledge, 2017).

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  • Author Yeşilada, Birol
    Kugler, Jacek
    Genna, Gaspare M.
    Tanrıkulu, Osman G.
    Title Global Power Transition and the Future of the European Union
    Series Title Routledge/UACES Contemporary European Studies
    Publication Date 2017
    Place of Publication London
    Publisher Routledge
    Pages 126
    Language eng
    Abstract Today, the European Union faces challenges that threaten not only internal cohesion but also its position in the global system. This book is about the future of the EU in the light of global power transition taking place in the twenty-first century and demonstrates how its future rests on a delicate balance between policy challenge, member states’ interests, and convergence or divergence of societal values across its peoples. The book examines factors behind the decline of the EU relative to the rise of China and other powers in the global hierarchy and what policy options are available for EU leaders to implement in order to compete as a global actor. It analyses determinants of regional integration and key policy challenges the EU faces in its quest for an "ever deeper union," and identifies significant factors (i.e., power relations, economic relations, emergent social values across the EU) that can explain the likelihood of further integration or conflict between EU member states. This text will be essential reading for scholars, students, and practitioners interested in European Union politics international relations, security studies, and comparative politics.
    UNBIS Thesaurus EUROPEAN SECURITY AND COOPERATION
    Keyword Comparative Politics
    European Integration
    European union
    Copyright Holder Taylor & Francis Group
    Copyright Year 2017
    Copyright type All rights reserved
    ISBN 9781138283497
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