THE EUROPEAN POLICIES OF THE EU MEMBER-STATES

Susannah Verney

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This course is taught in English.

Students may submit their essays in either English or Greek.

 

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In the aftermath of the 2016 Brexit referendum and following the rise of eurosceptic forces across Europe (most recently in the 2018 Italian election), the question of why national governments choose to participate in European integration has gained new significance. Moreover, the last few years of continuing crisis have underlined the differences of views among the national governments about what kind of European Union they want.

This course analyses European integration from the viewpoint of the member-states. It examines the range of different national approaches to European integration with a focus on the perceptions and goals of governments in relation to the past, present and future of integration. Special emphasis is given to understanding the factors which shape national policies.

This year's course themes will include national positions towards the eurozone and re

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Course code: PSPA141
Faculty: Political Science and Public Administration » Undergraduate courses

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