Publications from the Institut für Europäische Politik

Issue 4/2014 of ‘integration’ published

In the new issue of integration, Timm Beichelt presents in his interjection contentious issues of the general assumptions of the European Neighbourhood Policy and explains how this antagonism condemns the policy to failure. Further topics of the issue are problems of the French government with finding a new European narrative in face of strengthening Euro skeptic voices, a critical appraisal of the economic and political benefits of the first ten years of Hungarian EU-membership as well as the developments and perspectives of European macro regional strategies such as the EU Strategy for the Baltic Sea Region. Furthermore, there are reports from the sixth German-Nordic-Baltic-Forum and a conference on the economic performance of public administrations.

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Prof. Dr. Dr. h.c. Werner Weidenfeld and Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Wessels (eds.), Yearbook of European Integration

The Yearbook of European Integration published by the Institut für Europäische Politik (IEP) documents and balances the European integration process from 1980 to the present. The result of 34 years of continuous work is a uniquely comprehensive account of European contemporary history.

The “Yearbook of European Integration 2014” continues that tradition. In the contents of about 100 articles the authors trace developments in European politics in their field of research priority in the reporting period 2014. They supply information on the work of the EU institutions, the developments of different policy areas in the EU, Europe’s role in global politics and the member and candidate states’ European policy.

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