This title was first published in 2000. A groundbreaking book, which focuses on the beliefs behind symbolic agreements, rather than the material motivations of insubstantial agreements, to facilitate understanding of intergovernmental co-operation amongst EC states in the post-Cold War period.
’This detailed, well-written book is not just a valuable source of empirical information…[it] also provides an original perspective on the process of European integration.’ The International Spectator ’…a fascinating and scholarly study of a crucial period in the evolution of the EU…’ European Foreign Affairs Review
Contents: Introduction: an anatomy of cooperation; Negotiation of a common EC position on climate change; Negotiation of an asylum policy for the EC; The EC and the creation of the European Bank for reconstruction and development; Negotiation of association agreements with the VisegrÃ¡d states; Negotiation of a defence component to the common foreign and security policy; Conclusion: substance and symbolism in the new world; Bibliography; Index.
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