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A revised and updated compendium of the series of Federal Trust papers on the Intergovernmental Conference of the EU. This book describes all the options for the future development of the European Union, assesses progress in the IGC so far, and argues for a new approach towards differentiated integration. Taking a comprehensive look at the problem of Britain's relations with Europe, the study suggests how it might be in the UK national interest to contribute positively to the building of a new Europe by becoming a full member of the federal core, arguing that there are no easy alternatives for the UK.
|Publication date:||13th February 1997|
|Publisher:||Federal Trust for Education & Research|
|Format:||Paperback / softback|
|Categories:||Constitution: government & the state,|
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.More About Andrew Duff