Machiavelli in Brussels: The Art of Lobbying the EU

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INDEX

A
ACE 115
Actors, approaching 94-98
Ad-hoc coalition 168
Advertising Ban Directive 208
Advisory committee 64
AEA 33
Agenda
building 77
of EU public affairs
management (see also: short list)
186-189
research 312
AJE 115
A-mark/A-point 74, 96, 151
AmCham 200
Amsterdam Treaty 57, 76, 84, 100
Apartenenza 123
Apparatchik 108
Arena
external 187-189
internal 187-189
issues 139-140
Arena analysis 132-143
predecessors of 132-135
Quick scan 146-151
Arena boundaries 142
Austria 29, 127
Autonomy 37, 39

B
Banana
ACP 182
Dossier 182
Trade Regime 74
Basque region 287
Belgium 125-126
Best practices 153-156
BEUC 115, 162
BINGO 36
B-mark/B-point 74, 75, 96
Bodies and agencies 79
BONGO 36
Brent Spar case 40, 41, 267
Britain 26, 103, 121-122, 284
Bundesrat 73, 122
Bundestag 73

C
Cassis de Dijon decision 79
CASTER 115
Cataluña 124, 252
CATS 76
CCMC 172
CEFIC 115
Chef de dossier 64
CIAA 33, 115, 168, 249
Citizenship 289, 299
Code of conduct 269
Codecision 55
Cohabitation 120

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