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European Union and Its Periphery-Inclusion and Exclusion

Inclusion and Exclusion Michael Haynes Following from a discussion of the evidence for developmental convergence within the European Union and between it and its immediate geographical periphery, this paper argues that the ideology of 'Europeanness' which underpins the European project serves in part to justify the European Union as a relatively exclusive 'rich man's club', keeping its distance from its poorer neighbours.

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