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Prospective enlargement of the European Community and the interests of the south of Italy
|Statement||organised by the Isveimer and the Study Centre on the European Community in the Faculty of Economics and Trade of the University of Naples, in collaboration with the Campania Region and the Rome Office of the European Community Commission, Naples, 30th June-1st July, 1978.|
|Series||Questions for debate, Isveimer bulletin ; 9-10, Isveimer bulletin ;, 9-10.|
|Contributions||Istituto per lo sviluppo economico dell"Italia meridionale.|
|LC Classifications||HC241.2 .P69|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||227 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||227|
|LC Control Number||80490582|
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From an initial club of six members, the ranks of the European community have swelled to include 28 states.
The prospective loss of the UK, however, will see that number fall for the first time. The irony is that the UK has traditionally been among the Member States pushing hardest for EU enlargement. This first-rate study comprises a comparative analysis of the economies of Spain, Portugal and Greece, an account of their relations with the EEC, and a discussion of the advantages and difficulties of their membership.
The author, who is based in Oxford and London, provides a good deal of information and independent, balanced assessments of some troublesome points. This article will argue, however, that the root cause of the crisis was a clash over the programme of the EEC and, at a deeper level, about the leadership of the Community.
Germany, Italy and the Netherlands, it will suggest, used the common agricultural policy negotiations to challenge the traditionally prominent position of the by: Unlike Italy, which was a founder member of the European Economic Community (now the European Union), Portugal, Spain and Greece were latecomers to the process of European political and economic union.
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Previous versions of this article were presented at the eighth pan‐European Conference on International Relations (ECPR‐SGIR and EISA), Warsaw, Septemberat the conference on Imperial Soft Power and Governance beyond Borders: The EU's Relations with North Africa and the Middle East, Copenhagen Business School, 23–24 Januaryand at the ENP PhD Summer Cited by: The EU's Enlargement and Mediterranean Strategies: A Comparative Analysis Marc Maresceau, Erwan Lannon.
This book is one of the rare studies embracing, through a comparative and prospective approach, the emerging pan-Euro-Mediterranean regional integration. The main purpose of this study is to make an analysis and a systematic comparison of the.His research interests include EU external relations, comparative regionalism and interregionalism.
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