The European Union after the Treaty of Amsterdam

Monar, Prof Jorg, Monar, Prof Jorg and Wessels, W, eds. (2001) The European Union after the Treaty of Amsterdam. Continuum. ISBN 9780826447708

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The 1997 Treaty of Amsterdam was the result of thirty months of negotiation and major political debates in all the member states of the E.U. Praised as a triumph of the possible and a breakthrough in major policy areas by some, it has also attracted widespread criticism because of the reforms it postponed and the risks of fragmentation it introduced. Whatever its merits and deficiencies, it will have a major impact on the internal development of the E.U., its role in international relations, and the process of its enlargement to the Central and Eastern European countries.

Item Type: Edited Book
Schools and Departments: School of Law, Politics and Sociology > Politics
Depositing User: Jorg Monar
Date Deposited: 06 Feb 2012 19:07
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