The English School has rarely paid attention to European integration and other related issues.But now this situation
is beginning to change. Analysis of European integration by related approaches and concepts gradually has become the
main concern of the English School. It will not only supplement the European integration theories and explanations, but
also expand its own academic space.
There are some papers I can suggest:
Jacek Czaputowicz, The English School of International Relations and its Approach to European Integration, Studies & Analyses, www.leeds.ac.uk/polis/englishschool/Czap
Ian Manners, Normative Power Europe: The European Union between International and World Society, Presented to 4th Pan-European International Relations Conference, University of Kent at Canterbury;
Richard Whitman, The Enlargement of EU International and World Society, Presented to 4th Pan-European International Relation Conference, University of Kent at Canterbury;
Thomas Diez, The Intertwining of Societies: Exploring the EU’s System of Governance, Presented to 4th Pan-European International Relations Conference, University of Kent at Canterbury
Thomas Diez, Richard G. Whitman, Comparing Regional International Societies: The Case of Europe Paper for presentation at the ISAA annual Convention, New Orleans, LA, March2002.
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