Globalisation and the European Union
[conclusion]...If the concept of globalisation is to be of any use to the study of the EU, then analyses need to recognise the multiple images of globalisation that exist as well as the complexity of the EU polity and the unevenness of European integration and governance. To settle for one dimensional images of globalisation may well be a route to parsimony and to quantifiable indices, but it risks at the same time (a) debate that amounts to little more than ‘dialogues of the deaf’ and (b)...[Show more]
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