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France: Between Integration and National Sovereignty

Abstract : This book is the most comprehensive study of the European member states available. It covers the principal member states in separate chapters, as well as bringing together the smaller member states in comparative groupings, and also includes a chapter on the new member states. The country chapters look at the wider political issues associated with integration and not just policy machinery. In order to help readers understand the interaction of the member states, there are sections which cover analytical and empirical themes such as EU member relations and the European economy.
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Cornelia Woll, Richard Balme. France: Between Integration and National Sovereignty. Simon Bulmer; Christian Lequesne. The Member States of the European Union, Oxford University Press, pp.97 - 118, 2005, 0199252815. ⟨hal-03397642⟩

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