Cross-border cooperation is integral to the peace-building objective of the EU. Yet, 25 years of such cooperation has often failed to translate into connecting people across borders. This study assesses the significance of cross-border cooperation for addressing Europe's conflict wounds and examines its prospects in an enlarged EU of 28 members.
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Cathal McCall is Senior Lecturer in European Studies, School of Politics, International Studies and Philosophy, Queen's University, Belfast, UK.Review:
The European Union and Conflict Transformati is a most welcome addition to the scholarly study of Europeanization for it is not only the best book available on the impact of the European Union on culture, politics and identity in the borderlands of Northern Ireland, but it may be the best book today on the politics of culture in European borderlands. McCall's compelling analysis of the politics of border life goes beyond Ireland to illustrate many of the problems and joys of national and regional integration that affect so many people across the continent. Thomas M. Wilson, Binghamton University, State University of New York, USA
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