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The Treaty of Nice and Beyond: Realities and Illusions of Power in the Eu (Contemporary European Studies, 10) e-book

Author:

David Galloway

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English

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Politics

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Sheffield Academic Pr (May 1, 2001)

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275

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184127271X

The Treaty of Nice and Beyond: Realities and Illusions of Power in the Eu (Contemporary European Studies, 10) e-book

by David Galloway


Contemporary European Studies.

Contemporary European Studies.

Start by marking The Treaty Of Nice And Beyond: Realities And Illusions Of Power In The Eu (Contemporary European Studies, 10) as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. The politics of negotiating the Treaty of Nice (designed to prepare the European Union's institutions for enlargement) were as much about power redistibution among the Union's existing Member States as about institutional efficiency.

The politics of negotiating the Treaty of Nice (designed to prepare the European Union's institutions for enlargement) were as much about power redistibution among the Union's existing Member States as about institutional efficiency

ISBN13:9781841272719. Release Date:May 2001.

David Galloway, University Association for Contemporary European Studies. Contemporary European studies.

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Realities and Illusions of Power in the Eu (Contemporary European Studies, 10). by David Galloway. Published May 2001 by Sheffield Academic Press.

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The political stakes and technical complexities of the Treaty of Nice revealed in plain, accessible terms. The politics of negotiating the Treaty of Nice (designed to prepare the European Union's institutions for enlargement) were as much about power redistibution among the Union's existing Member States as about institutional efficiency. This book describes the content of the Nice Treaty and analyses the underlying political issues as well as the nature and impact of the changes agreed to the Union's founding Treaties on the eve of the largest enlargment in its history. It also sets the Treaty of Nice in the context of the wider debate about the future of the Union which will engage public opinion and opinion formers over the coming years. This title is published in conjunction with UACES, the University Association for Contemporary European Studies. Please see www.uaces.org

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