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Ever closer union : an introduction to European integration

Author: Desmond Dinan
Publisher: Boulder, Colo. : L. Rienner Publishers, 1999.
Edition/Format:   Book : English : 2nd edView all editions and formats
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"Desmond Dinan cuts through the complexities of the European Union to explain clearly the evolution of European integration from the 1950s to the present."--BOOK JACKET. "This new edition of his book retains the familiar three-part structure - history, institutions, and policies - but includes two entirely new chapters: one on key developments in the 1993-1999 period (e.g., the 1995 enlargement, the 1996-1997  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Desmond Dinan
ISBN: 1555877397 9781555877392
OCLC Number: 40609775
Description: xiii, 597 p. : 23 cm.
Contents: Pt. 1. History. 1. Reconstruction, Reconciliation, and Integration, 1945-1957. 2. The Decade of De Gaulle, 1958-1969. 3. A Community in Flux, 1969-1979. 4. Turning the Corner, 1979-1984. 5. The Transformation of the European Community, 1985-1988. 6. From European Community to European Union, 1989-1993. 7. The Emerging European Union, 1993-1999 --
Pt. 2. Institutions. 8. The Commission. 9. The European Council and the Council of Ministers. 10. The European Parliament. 11. Other Institutions and Bodies --
Pt. 3. Policies. 12. The Common Agricultural Policy. 13. The Single Market. 14. Making the Most of the Single Market. 15. Beyond the Marketplace. 16. Economic and Monetary Union. 17. External Relations. 18. U.S.-EU Relations.
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"Desmond Dinan cuts through the complexities of the European Union to explain clearly the evolution of European integration from the 1950s to the present."--BOOK JACKET. "This new edition of his book retains the familiar three-part structure - history, institutions, and policies - but includes two entirely new chapters: one on key developments in the 1993-1999 period (e.g., the 1995 enlargement, the 1996-1997 intergovernmental conference, the Amsterdam Treaty, and preparations and prospects for EU enlargement into Central and Eastern Europe) and one exploring the increasingly complicated political and economic relationship between the United States and the EU, the world's leading trading powers."--BOOK JACKET.

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