Europeanization process as an element of national states identity in the European Union

Lopandić, Duško and Gordanić, Jelica (2013) Europeanization process as an element of national states identity in the European Union. In: National and European Identity in the Process of European Integration : Thematic Proceedings. Institute of International Politics and Economics, Belgrade, pp. 15-25. ISBN 978‐86‐7067‐180‐5

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In the last two decades the phenomenon of Europeanization has been intensively studied and associated with the process of EU‐ization, “transformative impact of the EU” and completing the process of adjusting an internal system of one member state and its policies (foreign and domestic) politics, regulations and objectives of the European Union. Whether it is a recent or old member states, they all have accepted European policies and directions. In addition, from each member state and its activities, priorities and national objectives, depends how much these countries were able to adopt a common foreign and security policy, as well as their own (one hand ), or to impose specific priority foreign policy issues to EU, as part of the CFSP, on the other. The authors explain process of Europeanization in EU member states, and indicate the difficulties of western Balkan states in the same process.

Item Type: Book Chapter
Uncontrolled Keywords: Europeanization, national identity, European Union, member state, European policy, Western Balkans
Depositing User: Ana Vukićević
Date Deposited: 02 Jun 2019 14:18
Last Modified: 02 Jun 2019 14:18

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