European Union Politics is the most complete and issues-led introductory textbook on the European Union. Alongside rigorous coverage of the theory, institutions, and policies of the EU, the book engages with contemporary debates, and current crises. The seventh edition has been substantially updated, with significantly revised chapters on Brexit and the CJEU, as well as two new chapters covering the EU response to the COVID-19 pandemic, and the European migration and refugee crisis. The text’s accessible writing style makes it the ideal starting point for anyone wishing to fully understand the workings of this complex and ever-evolving system. Throughout the book, students are supported by helpful learning features, including key points, questions, and examples.
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- 1. Introduction Michelle Cini and Nieves Pérez-Solórzano Borragán
- Part 1 The Historical Context
- Part 2 Theories and Conceptual Approaches
- Part 3 Institutions and Actors
- Part 4 Policies and Policy-making
- Part 5 Issues and Debates