The European Union
International Relations, Political Science
This course examines the trajectory of European integration since World War II. It introduces the theories put forth to explain this trajectory of integration, and to explain why the EU is more highly integrated in some areas (e.g., economy) than others (e.g., defense). It also offers an analysis of the traumas of the past decade, including the euro crisis, the migrant crisis, democratic decay, and Brexit.
The syllabus may not be applicable to the current semester. Be sure to verify content with the professor(s) listed in the document.