1992 and after
As we approach the Single European Market of 1992, the concept of a united Europe, and its implications for the internal organization of each European nation-state, is again under discussion. In recognition of the importance of the debate, this double issue of Contemporary European Affairs is devoted to an analysis of the prospects for, and the possible consequences of, the Single European Market. The issue is divided into four major sections, with papers covering a range of topics, including Europe and the Third World, the future of the European nation-state, and the possibility of a central European bank. In accordance with the aims of the journal, the topics are discussed not only from an economic viewpoint, but also from political, social and cultural perspectives.
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Embarking on a New Course Jacques Delors
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