With new chapters on the Lisbon Treaty, environmental policy, and
freedom, security and justice, the third edition of Politics in the
European Union is fully up-to-date, and remains an essential
textbook for students of EU Politics. Four sections on the theories
of integration, the history, institutions, and policies of the
European Union, provide a comprehensive and well-balanced
introduction to the subject to suit all course structures.
Theoretical concepts are covered in particular detail, and
integrated throughout the text to encourage students to draw links
between the EU in theory and in practice. An accessible writing
style, combined with a variety of helpful learning features make
this the ideal textbook for all students of European Union
Politics, including those coming to the subject for the first time.
This textbook is also supported by an extensive Online Resource
Centre with the following additional material for students and
lecturers: For students: An interactive map of Europe An
interactive timeline of European integration Multiple choice
questions Flashcard glossary Web links For lecturers: PowerPoint
slides NEW FOR THIS EDITION Essay questions Seminar questions and
activities Figures and tables from the book.