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EUROPEAN UNION AND MULTILEVEL GOVERNANCE
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action active Amsterdam Treaty approach areas argued articulation assumption attempt citizens co-operation Committee concept consensus constitutional context COSLA Council cultural debate decision points decision-making democracy democratic devolution economic elements emergence emphasising empowerment establishment Europe European integration European Parliament European polity European Regions European Union Europeanisation exist federal Finland Finnish framework functioning globalization goals hegemonic historical ibid idea identity ideology impact important instance institutional integration process interdependence International Relations issues Labour linked multi-level governance nation-state nature neo-Gramscian neo-liberal Northern Dimension op.cit organisation paradiplomacy participation peripheral political and social political community potential problems question reflect regional actors regional voice regionalist relationship relevant representatives responses role routes to influence scenarios Scotland Scotsman Scottish Office Scottish Parliament seen sense society sphere strategies structural funds sub-national subsidiarity supranational theory tion traditional transnational Treaty whilst Winnie Ewing