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Economic and Social Balance of 15 Years of Eastern Enlargement
Canadian Journal of European and Russian Studies
The Eastern EU enlargement (2004, 2007, 2013) is still one of the success stories of the EU (and unprecedented in the world), but at the same time it is controversial and is perceived as controversial. One of the core problems has been its unbalanced character: the whole process had a clear 'Single Market' focus and the values of a 'Social Europe' were of secondary importance. Based on a neofunctionalist approach the paper discusses the integration of the new member states from the point ofdoi:10.22215/cjers.v13i2.2563 fatcat:mtrmidmi7jgtrm4pht3trj7nye