Our visitors will find new books on the shelves of the Central Library.
Among the recent titles, and close to the news, the December list includes Understanding terrorism innovation and learning : Al-Qaeda and beyond, edited by Magnus Ranstorp and Magnus Normark; or Migrations et mobilités en Europe : politiques publiques et perspectives d’intégration (1992-2012) / Paul Lees …[et al.] (éds.).
Interested in reading one of these books? Come and visit us in the Central Library located in the Justus Lipsius building, at JL 02 GH, Rue de la Loi 175, 1048 Brussels (Froissart entrance) – Opening hours Monday to Friday 11.00 – 15.00.
Find more books in our online catalogue.
- The Central Library is open to all staff of the Council of the European Union and the European Council, trainees, Permanent Representations of Member States, staff of other EU Institutions and bodies, as well as to researchers and students (upon appointment by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org). Access to some Library holdings is restricted to consultation on-site.