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  • Author:
    Mike Mannin
  • ISBN:
    0719052157
  • ISBN13:
    978-0719052156
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    Manchester University Press (December 10, 1999)
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    320 pages
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    Social Sciences
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Pushing Back the Boundaries. The European Union and Central and Eastern Europe. Published December 10, 1999 by Manchester University Press.

Pushing Back the Boundaries: The European Union and Central and Eastern Europe. At present, the landscapes in the former communist countries of Eastern Europe are undergoing a second major change in 50 years

Pushing Back the Boundaries: The European Union and Central and Eastern Europe. At present, the landscapes in the former communist countries of Eastern Europe are undergoing a second major change in 50 years. After World War II, collective agricultural systems, such as the United Agricultural Cooperatives and the State Farms, were established. to an enormous acceleration of erosion and sediment transport processes on arable land.

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As The European Union Opens Negotiations On Membership With Five Of The Ten post-communist states who have applied, this book looks at some of the challenges presented by Eastern enlargement - not only to existing member states and European institutions, but also to th. .

As The European Union Opens Negotiations On Membership With Five Of The Ten post-communist states who have applied, this book looks at some of the challenges presented by Eastern enlargement - not only to existing member states and European institutions, but also to the Central and Eastern European countries themselves. The approach is interdisciplinary, and brings together contributions from academic specialists on security and international relations; European institutions; the economics of european integration; and the domestic politics of Central and Eastern Europe.

A central concern of the book is the extent to which the economic, political and cultural boundaries of the EU can be pushed. The volume is divided into two parts. Part one examines EU-CEE relations in the context of the themes of democracy, economics, gender, the environment and regional security.

The relationship between the EU and Central and Eastern Europe is one of the key issues for the future integration of Europe. This volume explores EU-CEE relations since 1989 and the conditions that have shaped them, focusing on the contribution by the EU to political, economic and social change within CEE countries in the context of a gradually emerging "European" policy. Part I examines EU-CEE relations. Part II concentrates on four case studies-the Czech and Slovak Republics, Hungary and Poland

New Eastern Europe, Kraków, Poland. The new Slovak president illustrates that an alternative to Central European populism is politically viable.

New Eastern Europe, Kraków, Poland. A bimonthly dedicated to Central and Eastern Europe. But her power is tamed by constitutional limits and the lasting and deep political polarisation between liberal democrats and conservative nationalists.

Central and Eastern European Media in Comparative Perspective. The European Union and its eastern neighbourhood. Exploring the Boundaries of International Criminal Justice. China's Communist Revolutions.

The relationship between the EU and Central and Eastern Europe is one of the key issues for the future integration of Europe. This volume explores EU-CEE relations since 1989 and the conditions that have shaped them, focusing on the contribution by the EU to political, economic and social change within CEE countries in the context of a gradually emerging "European" policy. Part I examines EU-CEE relations. Part II concentrates on four case studies--the Czech and Slovak Republics, Hungary and Poland. The book concludes with two detailed chronologies of EU-CEE relations and a summary of the current Agenda 2000 proposal for EU enlargement.