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On the crossroads among european expansion and ecu integration, this e-book presents a accomplished comparative research of the mixing of Cyprus into the ecu and discusses a number of the socio-legal parameters of its differentiated direction at the means towa
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As a result, the rules of the Internal Market in particular, which constitute the core of EC/EU law, are not applicable on the whole territory of Cyprus. This situation arguably gives rise to a sui generis regulatory regime within the EU legal order which may resemble prima facie the enlargement process. 5 Extending the European integration model “to encom5 See Maresceau M, ‘EU enlargement and EU common strategies on Russia and Ukraine: an ambiguous yet unavoidable connection’ in Hillion C (ed), EU Enlargement, a legal approach (Hart, Oxford, 2004) (‘Hillion (2004b)’) 192.
25 Haas E B, The uniting of Europe: political, social and economic forces, 1950–1957 (3rd ed, University of Notre Dame Press, New York, 2004) (‘Haas’). 26 Börzel T (ed), The disparity of European integration (Routledge, Abingdon, 2006) (‘Börzel (2006)’) 27. 27 Lindberg (1963) cited in Börzel (2006) 28. 28 Ibid, 29. 29 Rosamond B, ‘The uniting of Europe and the foundation of EU studies: revisiting the neofunctionalism of Ernst B Haas’ in Börzel (2006) 31. introduction 9 This book may appear prima facie a promoter of Neofunctionalism, although major diﬀerences remain.
Dartmouth, London, 1993); Maresceau M & Lannon E, The EU’s enlargement and Mediterranean strategies (Palgrave, Basingstoke, 2001) (‘Maresceau & Lannon’); Pace R, EU’s Mediterranean enlargement: Cyprus and Malta (Frank Cass, London, 2004). Additionally, some literature on the EU-Turkey relations covers to some extent the EU enlargement to Cyprus. g. Suvarierol S, ‘The Cyprus obstacle on Turkey’s road to membership in the EU’ in Çarkoğlu A & Rubin B (eds), Turkey and the EU (Frank Cass, New York, 2003); and Brewin C & Bulent G (eds), ‘A changing Turkey: Europe’s dilemma’ (2003) 5(2) J of Southern Europe & the Balkans 133 (special issue).