GEO380.36 Enlargement Policy

One of the most important policies of the European Union is the enlargement policy. Enlargement has been a political goal for the European Coal and Steel Community (ECSC) since its foundation and the signing of the Treaty of Rome (1957). This course looks at the Enlargement Policy in historical perspective in order to predict further possible enlargements accordingly. It is of utmost importance that over the years between the accession of the UK, Denmark and Ireland in 1973 until the Central-Eastern and Southern European enlargement in 2004, the enlargement policy itself went through fundamental changes due to the nature of the European Union and world politics at large. (EUR 4512)

Department: Geography

Location: Istanbul

Credits: 3