The European Community in the World
First published in 1973 The European Community in the World shows what ‘outward looking’ can mean in terms of British participation in the Community and of the Community’s policies and actions as a world power. Richard Bailey says that the time for argument for or against British membership of the Common market has gone. The enlargement of the Community is a fact: how, then, can Britain best adjust to the new situation? The extension of the European Community is significant for all the world and will increase its power among the institutions that govern the world, affecting the politics of many countries from Sweden to Swaziland.
In post Brexit world, this book is a must read for students and scholars of European politics, European history, British history, and British politics.
Preface List of Abbreviations Introduction: The Extended Community 1. The Community in Europe 2. The Community Spreads Southwards 3. The Commonwealth Adjusts to the Community 4. Old Commonwealth and New Community 5. The Community and the Third World 6. Developing Africa and Extended Community 7. Community Aid Policies 8. The United States and the European Community 9. Comecon and Common Market 10. The Community and the World Energy Problem 11. The Community in the World Economy 12. Next Steps Forward Epilogue Appendix Bibliography Index