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The European Empire

Colomer, Josep M.

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Title: The European Empire

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The European Union will remain united, but incomplete, asymmetrical and with undefined borders. The EU, which is much more than a common market, but less than a super-state or federation, can be conceived as an “empire”. With this approach, Josep Colomer analyzes the current Europe’s dilemmas: the vanishing of the states’ sovereignty, the core role of Germany, the border conflicts with the neighboring Russian Empire, the differences between the euro-zone and the other member-states, and the malaise of the United Kingdom and the temptation of Brexit. ‘This essay will be of clear and lasting value to a range of actors on the international stage. It is erudite and scholarly, yet accessible and elegantly written, using humor and colorful metaphors to simplify a complex subject that is often treated in a dry and abstract way. The argument is innovative, yet confident and convincing.’ Helen Margetts, University of Oxford, UK ‘Josep M. Colomer's ‘The European Empire’ offers an easily readable discussion of the ways in which the European Union has developed and deals with ongoing challenges, by underlying its achievements but also its shortcomings. Clearly written for a broader audience.’ Simon Hug, Université de Genève, Switzerland

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Josep M. Colomer is Professor of Political Economy at Georgetown University, in Washington, DC, USA. Member by election of the Academy of Europe and life member of the American Political Science Association. He is the author or editor of 23 books, which have been published in 40 editions in five languages, including the reference textbook The Science of Politics (Oxford University Press) and the recent How Global Institutions Rule the World (Palgrave-Macmillan).

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