Readership: Scholars and students of Politics and International Relations, especially those interested in EU studies, American politics, International Relations, and Political Institutions
Nicolas Jabko, FNSP Research Fellow, Sciences Po, Paris, and Craig Parsons, Assistant Professor of Political Science, University of Oregon
1: Nicolas Jabko and Craig Parsons: Why Another Book on Europe - and Why in Reference to the United States?
Section 1: External foreign, security, and economic policies
2: Jolyon Howorth: A European Union with Teeth?
3: Brian Rathbun: Continental Divide? The Transience of Transatlantic Troubles
4: C. Randall Henning and Sophie Meunier: United against the United States? The EU's Role in Global Trade and Finance
Section 2: Institutional evolutions
5: Renaud Dehousse: 'We the States': Why the Anti-Federalists Won
6: Michael Shackleton: Parliamentary Government or Division of Powers: Is the Destination Still Unknown?
7: Jeffrey Lewis: Is the Council Becoming an Upper House?
8: R. Daniel Kelemen: The Politics of Eurocracy: Building a New European State?
Section 3: Europe's Political Economy
9: Elliot Posner: Stock Exchange Competition and the Nasdaq Bargain in Europe
10: Jonathan Story: Financial Restructuring in the Age of the Euro: Still a Battle of Systems?
11: Bruno Palier and Philippe Pochet: Toward a European Social Policy - at Last?
12: Justin Greenwood and Alasdair R. Young: EU Interest Representation or US-Style Lobbying?
Section 4: Culture, Identity, and EU Decision-Making
13: Paulette Kurzer: Transatlantic Risk Perceptions, Public Health, and Environmental Concerns: Coming Together or Drifting Apart?
14: Virginie Guiraudon: Drawing the EU's Borders: Immigration Policy
15: John A. Scherpereel: The Dynamics of EU Enlargement in American Perspective
Section 5: The Shape of the EU Polity
16: Martin Shapiro: Rights in the European Union: Convergent with the US?
17: Chris Ansell and Rebecca Chen: What Lies Beyond a Confederal Europe?
18: Vivien A. Schmidt: The EU 'Polity' and the Europeanization of National Polities
19: Rogan Kersh and James Morone: The European Union through an American Prism