Edited by Fergus Carr and Andrew Massey
This broad and all-encompassing study focuses on Europe’s new policy agendas. It brings together international academic experts on a range of policies to discuss Europe’s place in the world and its relationship to the USA and beyond. This book concentrates on two key themes of particular salience for policy makers: the enlargement of the EU and the place of Europe in international politics. An expansive list of important policy areas within these themes is explored.
Show Summary Details
- Public Policy and the New European Agendas
- Chapter 1: Public Policy and Administration in Europe
- Chapter 2: Whither Europe?
- Chapter 3: Enlargement and Central and Eastern Europe
- Chapter 4: EU Enlargement and International Socialization
- Chapter 5: Enlargement: The Political and Constitutional Implications
- Chapter 6: Europe and the USA: Security and Defence Policy
- Chapter 7: Europe and the USA: Trade, Finance and Development
- Chapter 8: Russia and the West: The New Pragmatism
- Chapter 9: Governing the Third Pillar: Institutional Development and External Relations in Justice and Home Affairs Before and After 11 September
- Chapter 10: International Terrorism and EU Immigration, Asylum and Borders Policy: The Unexpected Victims of 11 September 2001
- Chapter 11: Human Rights and Civil Rights
- Chapter 12: Agriculture
- Chapter 13: Environmental Policy
- Chapter 14: EU Regional Policy: From Side Payment to Societal Security
- Chapter 15: Health Policy Challenges in a Uniting Europe: The Intriguing Cases of Health Security and Tobacco
- Chapter 16: Change, Pensions and Ageing in Europe: Discourses of Risk and Security
- Chapter 17: Conclusion
This content is available to you
If the inline PDF is not rendering correctly, you can download the PDF file here.