By Kurt Biedenkopf (auth.), Klaus Boehnke (eds.)
This quantity - a collaborative attempt among The Hebrew collage of Jerusalem and Saxonian universities - is a resource e-book for college kids and researchers of ecu experiences. Its scope is really interdisciplinary because it comprises contributions from social psychology, diplomacy, economics, political technological know-how, and sociology. issues are:
· alterations within the price personal tastes of Israelis and electorate of member states of the ecu Union
· The European-Israeli dating with a spotlight at the EU's Mediterranean guidelines, particularly after the Barcelona convention of 1995; parliamentary cooperation; environmental politics
· the improvement of the european with a spotlight at the strategy of the Maastricht Treaty ratification; the dialogue of customers of multi-level governance; the approaching ecu enlargement
· Eco-nomic elements of the ecu financial Union
· the matter of voters' identification formation in a uniting Europe
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