Britain and the European Integration: Views from Within

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Bringing together contributions from the eight men who have held the post of British Permanent Representative to the EC/EU, this book provides an authoritative insight into the way Britain’s relationship with its EC/EU partners has developed since accession in 1973.

  • A unique and authoritative insight into the way Britain’s relationship with its EC/EU partners has developed since accession in 1973.
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Overview

Bringing together contributions from the eight men who have held the post of British Permanent Representative to the EC/EU, this book provides an authoritative insight into the way Britain’s relationship with its EC/EU partners has developed since accession in 1973.

  • A unique and authoritative insight into the way Britain’s relationship with its EC/EU partners has developed since accession in 1973.
  • Presents overviews of this relationship written by the eight men who have held the post of British Permanent Representative to the EC/EU.
  • Provides a privileged view of the reality of Britain’s relationship with its EC/EU partners.
  • Offers a fascinating insight into the changing nature of Britain and the British debate about European integration, and the changing nature of an ever larger and more complicated EU.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781405126724
  • Publisher: Wiley
  • Publication date: 9/28/2004
  • Series: Political Quarterly Monograph Series
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 60
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.18 (d)

Meet the Author

Anand Menon is Professor of European Politics and Director of the European Research Institute at the University of Birmingham. His recent publications include ‘Governing Europe’ (ed. with Jack Hayward, 2003) and ‘Britain and the EU’s Constitutional Treaty’ (2004), a working paper for Jacques Delors’ think tank, Notre Europe.

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Table of Contents

The European Research Institute and The Political Quarterly.

Introduction: Anand Menon.

Rt Hon Sir Michael Palliser GCMG 1973-1975.

Sir Donald Maitland GCMG, OBE 1975-1979.

Sir Michael Butler GCMG 1979-1985.

The Lord Hannay of Chiswick GCMG 1985-1990.

Sir John Kerr GCMG 1990-1995.

Sir Stephen Wall KCMG 1995-2000.

Sir Nigel Sheinwald KCMG 2000-2003.

John Grant CMG 2003 – present.

Conclusion: Anand Menon.

Notes.

The Contributors

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