Political Science : The emergence of the EU and its innovative institutions and policies will be studied through lectures, discussions, and a simulation (of a European Council or Parliament session). Emphasis upon current debates about the EU's developing identity, its internal political economy, its institutions of 'multilevel' governance, and its external relation.
Terms: Winter 2013
Instructors: Laurie Beaudonnet (Winter)
Prerequisite: one course each in International Relations and Comparative Politics
Note: The area in the field of Comparative Politics is Developed Areas; also in the field of International Politics.