Teaching the EU Interest Section
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Government/Politics/Public Policy Courses:
- The Law and Politics of Transatlantic Governance (Word doc.) (Pollack, European University Institute)
- The Politics of European Integration (PDF File) (Guisan-Dickinson, University of Minnesota)
- Politics in Advanced Industrialized States (Kurzer, University of Arizona)
- Politics in the European Union (Kurzer, University of Arizona)
- Uniting Europe: Enlarging the European Union (Dinan, George Mason University)
- Globalization and European Public Policy (Dinan, George Mason University)
- EU Policies and Politics (Down, University of North Carolina Chapel Hill)
- Political Economy of European Integration (Cleeton, Oberlin College)*
- International and Regional Trade Law: The Law of the European Union (Weiler, Harvard Law School)
- European Integration (Tiberghien, University of British Columbia, Canada)
- European Union (Lonowski, South Dakota State University)