By JURGEN ELVERT, Wolfram Kaiser
European Union growth provides a comparative research of the post-war eu rules of these states that joined the ecu Union among 1973 and 1995. the quantity attracts upon new empirical study on the way to examine the regulations that those 'newcomer' states have had in the direction of Europe due to the fact that 1945, with an emphasis on their adventure of club and its attainable Europeanising impression. a last comparative bankruptcy attracts the nationwide eu rules of the 'newcomers' jointly and descriptions what they've got dropped at the european. The publication additionally assessments integration theories opposed to the to be had facts, demonstrating their restricted explanatory price and the industrial, political and cultural specificity of alternative nationwide paths in the direction of ecu integration.
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169–72. 68 EFTA-EEC Links—Memorandum by the Foreign Secretary, 18 March 1965, PRO PREM 13/306. 69 Dean (Washington) to Foreign Office, 29 October 1966, PRO PREM 13/909. 70 Trend to Wilson, 28 October 1966, PRO PREM 13/909. Dechert, ‘The Christian Democratic “International”’, Orbis: A Quarterly Journal of World Affairs, 1967, vol. XI, no. 1, pp. 106–27, here p. 118, although not archive-based. ), Actors and Policies in European Integration from the Rome Treaties to the Creation of the ‘Snake’ 1958–1972, Baden-Baden: Nomos, forthcoming.
80. William Norton Medlicott, Contemporary England 1914–64, London: Longman, 1967, p. 570 ff. As an introduction to the process of British decolonization, see John Darwin, Britain and Decolonization: The Retreat from Empire in the Post-War World, London: Macmillan, 1988. 52 On the Fouchet negotiations, see also Georges-Henri Soutou, ‘Le General de Gaulle et le Plan Fouchet d’union politique européenne: un project stratégique’, in Anne Deighton and Alan S. Milward (eds), Widening, Deepening and Acceleration: The European Economic Community 1957–1963, Baden-Baden: Nomos, 1999, pp.
7–33. Eccles to Macmillan: PRO PREM 11/2531, 14 July 1958. PRO CAB 130/123/GEN 580/4th, 5 March 1959. Harold Macmillan diaries, 7 July 1959, Bodleian Library, Oxford. PRO CAB 134/1819/27, 27 May 1960. On the first British EEC application, see, in greater detail, Wolfram Kaiser, Using Europe, Chap. 5. The accession negotiations are analysed from a multilateral perspective in Piers N. Ludlow, Dealing with Britain: The Six and the First UK Application to the EEC, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1997.
European Union Enlargement: A Comparative History by JURGEN ELVERT, Wolfram Kaiser