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Europe Beyond the EuroNon-treaty Relationships Across Core and Periphery and Beyond

Europe Beyond the Euro: Non-treaty Relationships Across Core and Periphery and Beyond [In addition to EU institutions and relationships directly established by treaty there are important formal and informal arrangements put together through other channels. A common feature is that their membership does not coincide with that of the EU, with sometimes fewer, or sometimes more, than the full EU membership, and that they tend to acquire additional members over time. They thus represent internal differentiated integration (DI)—the more commonly examined form—or external DI. The chapter looks at a number of these arrangements, including the Schengen Treaty, the Prüm convention, regional arrangements (including the Nordics and the Višegrád group), the Vienna Initiative, and the Erasmus programme. All play a useful inter-country role in Europe, and some can provide also help for countries transitioning to EU membership. Together the chapter shows the importance of external DI as an element for European integration.] http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png

Europe Beyond the EuroNon-treaty Relationships Across Core and Periphery and Beyond

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Europe Beyond the Euro — Sep 25, 2021

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Publisher
Springer International Publishing
Copyright
© The Editor(s) (if applicable) and The Author(s), under exclusive license to Springer Nature Switzerland AG 2021
ISBN
978-3-030-77114-0
Pages
103 –120
DOI
10.1007/978-3-030-77115-7_6
Publisher site
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Abstract

[In addition to EU institutions and relationships directly established by treaty there are important formal and informal arrangements put together through other channels. A common feature is that their membership does not coincide with that of the EU, with sometimes fewer, or sometimes more, than the full EU membership, and that they tend to acquire additional members over time. They thus represent internal differentiated integration (DI)—the more commonly examined form—or external DI. The chapter looks at a number of these arrangements, including the Schengen Treaty, the Prüm convention, regional arrangements (including the Nordics and the Višegrád group), the Vienna Initiative, and the Erasmus programme. All play a useful inter-country role in Europe, and some can provide also help for countries transitioning to EU membership. Together the chapter shows the importance of external DI as an element for European integration.]

Published: Sep 25, 2021

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