The Treaty of Amsterdam: Facts, Analysis, Prospects

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Springer Vienna, May 30, 2000 - Law - 643 pages
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The Treaty of Amsterdam has introduced important changes which will impact upon the future of the European Union. The entry into force of the Treaty will result in some major changes, for example, in the fields of internal and external affairs and employment policy. Also of potentially considerable importance is the new option to establish closer co-operation between a group of Member States, as well as certain institutional modifications. The new Treaty is presented with reference to the agenda of the most recent Intergovernmental Conference. Particular attention is paid to areas of the Treaty of Amsterdam which are unclear or apparently deficient. The book is addressed to experts and anyone interested in European affairs.

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Stefan Griller is Professor for Public Law at the University of Salzburg, President of the European Communities Studies Association, Austria (ECSA-Austria), and a former rapporteur on the Services Directive at the FIDE Congress 2009. He has published extensively in the fields of European Union law.