Issue 4/2014 of ‘integration’ published

In the new issue of integration, Timm Beichelt presents in his inter­jection contentious issues of the general assump­tions of the European Neigh­bourhood Policy and explains how this antag­onism condemns the policy to failure. Further topics of the issue are problems of the French government with finding a new European narrative in face of strength­ening Euro skeptic voices, a critical appraisal of the economic and political benefits of the first ten years of Hungarian EU-membership as well as the devel­op­ments and perspec­tives of European macro regional strategies such as the EU Strategy for the Baltic Sea Region. Furthermore, there are reports from the sixth German-Nordic-Baltic-Forum and a conference on the economic perfor­mance of public admin­is­tra­tions.

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