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European integration. European integration from a functional perspective, distinguishing issue areas and analyzing sequencing. approaches people take when explaining European integration, as whatever is written is always grounded in a particular set of assumptions which should be taken into account when reflecting on what has been said.

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Latest content . The EU's role in migrant integration An updated European Web Site on Integration (EWSI) tells more about how the EU influences the integration of migrants across the Member States and links to numerous initiatives and resources.

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