Maastricht and beyond: building the European Union

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Routledge, 1994 - Law - 311 pages
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Maastricht and Beyond is a critical assessment of the European Union brought into being by the Treaty of Maastricht. A team of experts provide a clear and thorough appraisal of the main provisions of the Treaty - including the three pillared structure of Economic and Monetary Union, common foreign and security policy and home affairs and justice - showing how these elements will change the function and eventually the character of the European Union. The book draws conclusions from the Maastricht process for the next reform of the Union in 1996, and it examines the practicalities of achieving a fully-fledged federal democracy, making proposals for a constitutional settlement. Maastricht and Beyond will appeal to both informed generalists and to students and scholars who want a fresh approach to the stale arguments over Maastricht, who seek enlightenment over what the Treaty is for and who have the curiosity to look forward to 1996 and beyond.

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Contents

THE MAIN REFORMS
19
THE TREATY NEGOTIATIONS
36
RATIFICATION
53
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About the author (1994)

Andrew Duff has been a Liberal Democrat MEP since 1999. In 2002 he was elected to the constitutional Convention on the Future of Europe and was Vice-President of the European Parliamentary delegation.
Andrew Duff has published widely on European integration. Among his books are (with John Pinder and Roy Pryce) Beyond Maastricht: Building the European Union, Reforming the European Union and The Treaty of Amsterdam.

John Pinder, OBE, is an Honorary Professor at the College of Europe, Bruges and Natolin, and Chairman of the Federal Trust, London.
Simon Usherwood is Lecturer in Political, International, and Policy Studies at the University of Surrey.

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