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This chapter sums up the key findings of this study on the role of European integration in peace and conflict resolution. It presents an argument about the potential of the concept of Europeanisation and the governance perspective in European Union studies to explain the effects of European integration on conflicts. It suggests that the historical pattern of the Europeanisation of conflict resolution is political in nature. This chapter also discusses the implications of the empirical findings for the theoretical debates in EU studies and international conflict resolution.

The Europeanisation of conflict resolution

Regional integration and conflicts in Europe from the 1950s to the twenty-first century

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