This chapter argues that this differentiated desire and capability of countries to participate in integration in various spheres is influenced by complex, historically emerging, transnational spatial patterns of socio-cultural similarity and difference, which affect issues like the differences to be reconciled in integration and the ease of negotiation.
|Title of host publication||Post-identity?|
|Subtitle of host publication||culture and European Integration |
|Place of Publication||London|
|Publication status||Published - 2013|
|Name||Routledge/ESA studies in European societies|