Belinda Cunnison

Belinda Cunnison - Editor

Edinburgh, United Kingdom

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I have been copy editing since 2002, mostly in humanities and social sciences, and frequently for authors writing in English as a second language. I am a Professional Member of the Society for Editors and Proofreaders. For more details see
Non-Fiction
Economics
Humanities & Social Sciences
Political Science & Current Affairs

Portfolio (4 selected works)

Negotiations in the EU Council of Ministers: And All Must Have Prizes

Sandrino Smeets

Insiders and outsiders agree; there is something particular about negotiating in Brussels. This book analyses ten years of continuous negotiations about EU enlargement to the Western Balkans, answering questions such as When and how are decisions typically reached in the European Union? What is this 'culture of consensus' that pervades negotiations in the Council of Ministers? And why are some... read more

Insiders and outsiders agree; there is something particular about negotiating in Brussels. This book analyses ten years of continuous negotiations about EU enlargement to the Western Balkans, answering questions such as When and how are decisions typically reached in the European Union? What is this 'culture of consensus' that pervades negotiations in the Council of Ministers? And why are some... read more

Between Nationalism and Europeanisation: Narratives of National Identity in Bulgaria and Macedonia

Nevena Nancheva

Why do we need European integration in increasingly fragmented and antagonised European societies? How can European integration relate to the national stories we carry about who we are as a nation and where we belong? What to do with the national stories that tell traumatising tales of past loss and sacrifice, and depict others as villains or foes? Can we still claim that our national states a... read more

Why do we need European integration in increasingly fragmented and antagonised European societies? How can European integration relate to the national stories we carry about who we are as a nation and where we belong? What to do with the national stories that tell traumatising tales of past loss and sacrifice, and depict others as villains or foes? Can we still claim that our national states a... read more

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