Perspectives on Europe

Addressing issues relating to Europe and its internal and external relations, Perspectives on Europe offers a platform for critical analyses of the politics, law, economics, history and culture of Europe. It aims to approach Europe in its complexity and broadest geographical scope, reaching beyond the EU, incorporating both European and non-European perspectives, and crossing disciplinary boundaries to build a comprehensive understanding of the region in its geopolitical context and as a global actor.

This multidisciplinary series encourages a wide range of perspectives, approaches and methods, welcoming contributions from within and outside Europe focused on case studies, cross-national comparative studies and theoretical questions, as well as practice-based research. The series promotes interdisciplinary and transdisciplinary research, and invites proposals for edited volumes and monographs. Contributions must present original and rigorous research, with a clearly outlined methodology and coherent research questions.

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