Interlocking Dimensions of European Integration
European integration can no longer be understood as a west European experiment mainly focused on functional and economic policy co-operation. The issues addressed include security and defence, as well as core concerns of European society. This volume explores three interlocking dimensions of integration; functional, territorial, and affiliational. Each dimension influences how countries across the continent engage with European integration. This first volume in the "One Europe or Several?" series identifies the agenda of a research programme, funded by the British Economic and Social Research Council.