This book presents a theory-driven, thematic approach to the European Union. It stays away from overly lengthy historical and institutional description and instead focuses more on purposes and goals.
This book offers a clearly conceptualized and structured analysis of the processes and institutions of the European Union. It is clearly written with an economy of style that makes it accessible to the undergraduate student. It also provides ample discussion points for the classroom.
Prof. Zahariadis writes with warmth and personality, while sustaining a new analytical approach to the origins and life of the European Union -- proof that there is something new under the EU-textbook sun. A book to be welcomed by the profession.