Given the wealth and detail of the information it contains, an authoritative guide for all those concerned with Europe
The oldest reference book on the EU
The EuroGuide, the oldest bilingual English-French reference book on the EU, is divided in two parts:


• Partie I: how it functions

Structure, powers, operation and activities of EU institutions, bodies and agencies;


• Partie II: who does what (directory)

The organisational charts with names and details
of persons in charge.

It also includes:
• all kinds of practical information: map of the Union and its Member States, information sources, official publications, diplomatic missions accredited to the EU, chronological overview of the history of the European Union...
• a chapter is dedicated to association and cooperation with third countries, particularly with the ACP States, another to European studies;
• an index with some 13,000 names, an index of acronyms, etc.
• with more than 500 photos.
Detailed table of contents
35th edition (2018)

578 pages
21 x 29,7 cm
ISSN : 0771-7962
ISBN : 978-2-8029-0186-0
Bilingual English-French
275 euros

Order
Forewords to previous editions
• Martin Schulz (30th, 2013), President of the European Parliament

• Bernard Kouchner (25th, 2008), Minister for Foreign and European Affairs of the French Republic

• Valéry Giscard d’Estaing (20th, 2003), President of the European Convention

• Patrick Cox (19th, 2002), President of the European Parliament

• Guy Verhofstadt (18th, 2001), Prime Minister of Belgium – President of the Council of the EU

• Jean-Luc Dehaene (14th, 1995), Prime Minister of Belgium – President of the Council of the EU

• Willy Claes (13th, 1993), Vice-Prime Minister of Belgium – President of the Council of the EU

• Egon A. Klepsch (12th, 1992), President of the European Parliament

• Enrique Baron Crespo (11th, 1991), President of the European Parliament

• Léo Tindemans (10th, 1990), Prime Minister of Belgium

Key personnel with
useful contact details