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GOVT-590 The European Union
Fall for 2015-2016
This course examines the European Union from a variety of disciplinary perspectives - political science, history, and cultural studies. It is divided into three parts. The first part addresses the history of postwar European integration in its political, social, and cultural dimensions. The course then moves on to a detailed examination of the contemporary politics of the EU - its institutional architecture, party politics, contested legitimacy, and ambiguous identity. The final part of the course explores an array of policy challenges now facing Europe, including the introduction of monetary union, the coordination of social and cultural policy, the development of a common foreign and security policy, and expansion to the East. [Comparative Politics]register as GEST 523
Credits: 3
Prerequisites: None
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