Public Policy and the New European Agendas
Fergus Carr, Andrew Massey
Edward Elgar, Jan 1, 2006 - Political Science - 450 pages
This broad and all-encompassing study focuses on Europe's new policy agendas. There are two key themes of particular salience for policy makers; the enlargement of the EU; and the place of Europe in international politics. An expansive list of important policy areas within these themes is explored.
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