The EU’s internal borders have become mostly invisible. Today, external borders are at the centre of controversy about an alleged ‘fortress Europe’. Using different theoretical and methodological perspectives this book examines the challenges facing the EU’s external borders, including Neighborhood Policy, migration issues and the diffusion of norms and values to other countries. Divided into two parts, the book first presents different theoretical approaches and empirical studies of the EU’s external borders, mobility and security issues. It is an invaluable guide to border research within a framework of European Integration and Globalization Studies. The second part of this volume focuses on the analyses of the EU’s Neighbourhood Policy, the approach to Eastern Europe and EU energy policy. Expert contributors collaborate to explore debates about migration, the EU as a normative, ‘civil’ power, energy security and the securitization of borders. Highly relevant and insightful, the text provides a timely assessment of EU borders in an increasingly globalized and integrated European neighbourhood. The EU’s Shifting Borders will be of interest to students and scholars of European Union Politics and International Relations.
Format EPUB ● Pages 264 ● ISBN 9781136575266 ● Editor Klaus (University of Wroclaw and the Warsaw School for Social Psychology, Poland.) Bachmann & Elzbieta (University of Wroclaw, Poland) Stadtmuller ● Publisher Taylor and Francis ● Published 2012 ● Downloadable 6 times ● Currency EUR ● ID 2360328 ● Copy protection Adobe DRM
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