The Normative Environment of European Integration Social, Political and Cultural Obstacles to Compliance with European Norms. Editor – Józef Niżnik, IFiS Publishers, Warsaw 2008.
This publication has been possible thanks to support by the EU 6th Framework Programme - CONNEX: “Efficient and democratic in a multilevel Europe”
Table of Contents
Introduction. European integration discourse and compliance with European norms: making supranational order
Enlarging the EU – Expanding the European normative framework
The unwelcome guest: norms in the EU’s foreign and security policies.Austrian neutrality as a case of contested compliance?
A credible EU involvement with human rights?
Eugene Moussa Mrad
A critical assessment of EU Aid to Lebanon
Are there European norms of political involvement? Some considerations from the “New Institutionalist” perspective
Why is Citizen Advice better recognised in the United Kingdom than in Poland?
The European Union in the homosexual discourse in Poland – an analysis
Would-be ‘European norms’ of decommunization in Romania
Competition policy as the obstacle for pharmaceutical companies’ development in the European Union
The Impact of European Norms on the Post-Soviet Area
Compliance with EU rules given no membership prospect: problems of modified conditionality
European norms and the process of democratisation in Ukraine: analysis of four Ukrainian pacts
Difficulties in constructing the dialogue: Russia and Europe