Regionalism in the European Union
Peter Wagstaff,Joyce Quin | 1900-01-01 00:00:00 | Intellect (UK) | 204 | Europe
This text provides an examination of the balance between state and region, centre and periphery, capital and province, within a variety of member states of the European Union. In each case there is analysis of the affirmation of regional identity in a historical context, the growth of regional development, and the dynamics of region/state and inter-regional competition and cooperation. The book questions what it means to be Welsh, or British: Breton, or French: Catalan, or Spanish. It asks questions like - what does it mean to be European? And what are the relationships between categories of belonging?
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