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The key research problem concerns the achievement of full integration for a country like Cyprus, undergoing a process of Europeanisation which gives rise to a specific instance of European governance. This process may lead to a new mode of European integration where the traditional parameters of economic, societal and political integration are re-formulated. Cyprus was indeed included in the largest wave of enlargement ever with all the implications and consequences this has for the new Member States but also for the European Union (EU) constitutional and institutional legal order. The Internal Market as a policy instrument and a subject of supranational regulation is used as a tool of measurement of European integration, as it traditionally lies at the very core of the process of integration. This chapter presents an overview of how the other chapters of the book are organised.

Keywords: Cyprus; European integration; European Union (EU); internal market; supranational regulation

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