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UK policy co-ordination during the 1990-91 Intergovernmental Conference
(Diplomacy and Statecraft, 1998)
Despite the importance of European Union negotiations, the majority of scholarly attention has not been directed towards the means by which policy is co-ordinated in Member States. This article addresses one aspect of ...
Swimming with the tide? Britain and the Maastricht Treaty negotiations on Common Foreign and Security Policy
(Taylor and Francis, 1998)
Despite the importance of the Treaty on European Union, little attention has been paid to the manner in which the negotiations were conducted or to an analysis of particular topics. This article addresses one particular ...
Cross-state mobility of European naturalised third-country nationals
Drawing on a framework that integrates discursive practices and relationalism, we explore the relevance of relational ties for the cross-state mobility of naturalised third-country nationals (NTCNs) within the European ...
A Glossary of the European Union
(Edinburgh University Press, 2008)
This A-Z guide explains the key concepts and institutions linked to the EU, along with brief biographies of the leading figures related to the foundation and development of the EU. This will enable readers to link some ...
Britain and the European Union
(Edinburgh University Press, 2016-03)
The relationship between Britain and the European Union appears to be rather complex. It is often confusing and misunderstood. Some of this is a result of misrepresentation of the relationship in the media. This book ...
Visions of Europe: emerging challenges for the European project in the aftermath of the 2014 European Parliament elections
(Cambridge University Press, 2016-05-24)
The European Union (EU) is facing a profound political crisis of leadership, legitimacy, and purpose. This article provides an analysis of these key dimensions of crisis. It does so by examining the way in which they ...
Companion to the European Union
The United Kingdom and European Union
(Oxford University Press, 2020-02-26)
Since the end of the Second World War a key question that successive United Kingdom (UK) governments have faced is the position that the country should occupy in global affairs. Such a question stemmed from the legacy of ...