European Politics

About the series

The European Politics series seeks to tackle the biggest issues facing Europe in the twenty-first century.

Previously published under the European Policy Research Unit (EPRU) name, this long-established and highly respected series combines an important scholarly legacy with an ambitious outlook on European Studies at a time of rapid change for the discipline. Its geographical coverage encompasses the European Union, its existing and aspiring members, and ‘wider Europe’, including Russia and Turkey, and the series actively promotes disciplinary, theoretical and methodological diversity.

The editors particularly welcome critical scholarship on the politics and policy making of the European Union, on comparative European politics, and on contemporary issues and debates affecting the future of Europe’s socio-political and security outlook. Key areas of interest include Brexit, the environment, migration, identity politics and the ever-changing face of European integration.

 

For informal inquires please contact:

Commissioning Editor Jonathan de Peyer: [email protected] 

or the Series Editors:

Prof. Dimitris Papadimitriou [email protected]

Dr. Kathryn Simpson [email protected]

Dr. Paul Tobin [email protected]

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