The 1996 IGC, National Debates: Finland, France, Italy and the Netherlands
Royal Institute of International Affairs, 1996 - European Union - 60 pages
A discussion paper which analyzes the key priorities for four EU member states at the 1996 Intergovernmental Conference of the European Union which is set to revise the Maastricht Treaty. Written by experts from each country, the paper analyzes the views of the main actors in the IGC debate and offers an insight into the different interests and balances of opinion within the EU as the conference evolves. This report covers Finland, France, Italy and the Netherlands.
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