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An exploration of the formulation, tactics and impact of Britain's diplomatic efforts to induce the German government to abandon, modify and later to enlarge the European Economic Community. Its main contention is that British diplomacy between the Messina conference of 1955 and the first membership application of 1961 was counterproductive; strengthening German commitment to the EEC, supporting the image of Britain as hostile towards the integration project and prejudicing the subsequent membership negotiations.
|List of Abbreviations||p. vii|
|From Indifference to Hostility: Britain, Germany and the Messina Project||p. 13|
|Entering Wedge or Counterblast? Britain's Plan G||p. 39|
|Mistaken, Misled or Misguided? British Hopes for German Mediation during the FTA Negotiations||p. 69|
|'Bridge-Building' or: the Trade War That Never Was||p. 115|
|'Bully the Germans-Buy the French': Towards Britain's First Application||p. 135|
|Conclusion: Intersection or Periphery?||p. 162|
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Series: St. Antony's Series
Number Of Pages: 243
Published: 19th July 2000
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 21.59 x 13.97 x 1.75
Weight (kg): 0.47
Edition Number: 1