European Integration: Past, Present and Future Perspectives


Llokman Mirtezani, PhD, MA – Lecturer of European Law, Public Management and Governance; International Administration, Public Finances, Political Education, Introduction for Political Sciences, Administrative Law And Public Management, Economic Governance in EU, etc. at the University for Business and Technology in Prishtina, Kosovo. EU Freelance Expert; Authorized Court Translator, Member of Editorial Board of Science Magazine Juridica, Romanovce, Kumanovo

Series: Europe: Past, Present and Future; European Political, Economic, and Security Issues
BISAC: POL058000; HIS010000

This book is a volume consisting of several chapters that address various topics related to the European Union, development, integration, or the future of the member states in this large family. The book analyzes the most important current issues concerning the European Union. It is comprised of seven chapters that cover significant points in economic development, politics, and other sensitive issues such as corruption and the fight against organized crime.

The first chapter is perhaps chosen to be the first because it directly addresses an issue related to the fundamental freedom of movement, which is also the main goal of the EU, the movement of persons and services, and something that characterizes and encompasses the topic of globalization and the respect for human rights. There are also current topics related to the future of the EU’s green policies for climate sustainability, including the specific agreement between the EU and Ukraine. The subsequent chapters address topics related to the proper functioning of European institutions, as well as the criteria and standards set by the EU for membership in this large family of democratic states. The last chapter presents some data and information on EU missions in the candidate countries, especially the Western Balkans. The authors used analyzed a lot of sources, like the Stabilization and Association Agreement, the Berlin Plus Agreement, the Copenhagen criteria, the Green Deal, etc.

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Table of Contents


Chapter 1. Free Movement of Services and Workers in the EU
Muhamer Pajaziti¹, MA and Llokman Mirtezani²
¹State University of Tetova, North Macedonia
²University for Business and Technology, Prishtina, Kosova

Chapter 2.
Implementation of the Green Deal Program in EU Countries and Ukraine as a Mechanism to Fight Climate Change
Igor Matyushenko, Olena Khanova, PhD, and Kamila Trofymchenko, MA
Department of International Economic Relations, School of International Economic Relations and Touristic Business, Karazin Kharkiv National University, Kharkiv, Ukraine

Chapter 3. The EU-NATO Cooperation: The Case of Western Balkans Countries through “Berlin Plus”
Shpendim Oxha¹, PhD and Fatos Rushiti², PhD
¹Mother Teresa University, North Macedonia
²College UBT, Kosovo

Chapter 4. The Corruption as an Obstacle in Sooner European Union Membership, the Case of North Macedonia, an EU Candidate Country
Muazam Halili¹ and Ismail Zejneli²
¹South East European University, North Macedonia
²South East European University, Faculty of Law, North Macedonia

Chapter 5. The European Administrative Space, the Internal Market and the Integration Process of the Potential and Candidate Countries
Llokman Mirtezani¹ and Muhamer Pajaziti², MA
¹University for Business and Technology, Prishtina, Kosovo
²State University of Tetova, North Macedonia

Chapter 6. The European Integration Challenges of North Macedonia: External Problems, and Internal Issues
Naser Pajaziti, MA
State University of Tetova, North Macedonia

Chapter 7. EU Missions in the Western Balkans
Fatos Rushiti¹, PhD and Shpendim Oxha², PhD
¹College UBT, Kosovo
²Mother Teresa University, North Macedonia



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