European Foreign Policy: Key Documents

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Psychology Press, 2000 - 477 páginas
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This book is the very first to collect together the key official documents tracing the development of European foreign policy from the end of the Second World War to the present day. It contains:
*all important documents on European foreign policy from 1948 to the Kosovo crisis
*material from major treaties such as The North Atlantic treaty, the treaty of Rome and the treaty of Amsterdam
*European responses to major world events such as the Middle East peace process, the Falklands war and the Balkans crisis
*detailed commentary and analysis of the documents providing a valuable political and historical context
*many documents which are extremely difficult to obtain elsewhere.
The unparalleled coverage makes this book an essential primary source for all those interested in European politics and International Relations.

 

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Índice

March 1948
3
Community Adopted by the Ad Hoc Assembly in Strasbourg
32
Germany Concerning FrancoGerman Cooperation
62
EPCCFSP institutional developments
71
and Government of the Member States of the European
83
Ministers Copenhagen 14 December 1973
93
The Hague 2930 November 1976
111
the European Parliament 14 February 1984
134
4b19 Declaration by the Nine Foreign Ministers on the Question
318
4b31 Statement by the Community and its Member States on
331
4b35 Press Statement by the Presidency on the Gulf Crisis
334
4b43 Press Statement on Security Council Resolution 1154 on Iraq
341
The EuroMediterranean initiative
347
4b55 Conclusions of the European Council on Cyprus and Malta
354
4b58 Answer by the Irish Presidency to a Written Question in
356
4b61 Declaration by the Informal European Political Cooperation
362

The revival of the WEU and the evolution of a European
185
Iran
186
The Cold War ends
193
May 1994
221
Major policy developments
255
4a7 Speech by Lord Carrington on behalf of the Ten to
262
Relations with Central and Eastern Europe
268
4b56 Conclusions of the European Council on Relations with
272
4a16 Political Declaration Adopted at the Conclusion of the Final
274
4a20 Declaration of the European Political Cooperation
281
Transatlantic relations
289
Middle East peace process
297
4b5 Conclusions of the European Council on the Middle East
304
4b12 Joint Action by the Council of the European Union Adopted
310
4b17 Conclusions of the European Council in Berlin
316
4b70 Joint Action of the Council of the European Union Decided
368
4b72 Joint Action Adopted by the Council on the basis of Article J 3
371
4b78 Declaration by the Presidency on Behalf of the European
377
4b82 Statement by the German Presidency after a Meeting with
384
4b88 Council Decision on the Monitoring of the Situation
391
4b93 Common Position Adopted by the Council on the Basis
397
4c5 Communiqué of the Meeting of the Foreign Ministers of
403
4c11 Declaration of the European Union on South Africa Brussels
409
The Great Lakes Region
410
Union on Support for the Convoying of Humanitarian
417
4c23 Conclusions by the General Affairs Council on the Prevention
423
4c27 Statement on the Falklands European Political Cooperation
428
4c36 Resolution of the Council and of the Member States
443
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Master of Balliol College, Oxford University, Christopher Hill is a neo-Marxist whose work examines the role of economic factors in the events of the seventeenth century. He places particular emphasis on the grievances and treatment of the poorer and outcast sectors of society.

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