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1 Enlargement and the nature of the EU polity Helene Sjursen PART I THE EU AS A POST-NATIONAL RIGHTS-BASED UNION 2 Justifying the second enlargement: promoting interests, consolidating democracy or returning to the roots? Susannah Verney 3 In spite of the costs? Moral constraints on Spain?s enlargement policy Sonia Piedrafita 4 Turkey?s EU Politics: Consolidating democracy through enlargement? Gamze Avc' PART II THE EU AS AN IDENTITY-BASED COMMUNITY 5 The importance of solidarity: Denmark as a promoter of enlargement Marianne Riddervold and Helene Sjursen 6 More than simply expanding markets: Germany and EU enlargement Marcin Zaborowski 7 The case of Turkey: are some candidates more ?European? than others? ¿sa Lundgren 8 Protecting the idea of Europe: France and enlargement Helene Sjursen and B¿rge Romsloe PART III BETWEEN NORMS AND INTERESTS: AMBIGUITY AS A CORE CHARACTERISTIC? 9 Probably a problem-solving regime, perhaps a rights-based union: European integration in the Czech and Slovak political discourse Petr Drul k 10 Double standards? Minority protection as a condition for membership Guido Scwellnus 11 Conclusion: the European Union between values and rights Helene Sjursen Bibliography
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