Studies in European Union

ISSN: 1094-6209

"Competing economic interests; political stalemates, internal
disparities, and regional economic commonalties cutting across
national boundaries are among some of the developments
characterizing the difficult process of integrating of the Old
Continent and building a united Europe. The monographs in this
series intend to explore the practical and institutional aspects of
the ongoing process, as well as to elucidate the anthropological,
sociological, and cultural issues that pose a challenge to, or on
the contrary, may be helping the process of achieving a
continental identity. Among the purposes of this series is to
make readers aware of the different options that may be
available to the people of Europe, and to their leaders in defining
the borders of the unified continent and in designing its role
the context of global interdependence.