Governing Europe

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Index
accountability 1 , 14 , 63-4 , 73 , 86-8 , 123-5 , 127 , 137 , 153 , 181 , 258 , 298 , 301 , 306 , 311 , 343 , 414 , 426-8 , 431
agencies 10 , 64 , 67-8 , 87 , 297-300 , 302 , 306-9 , 319 , 370 , 376 , 378-9 , 381 , 414 , 419 , 422 , 425-7
agencification 39 , 63 , 131-2 , 414
European Environmental Agency 307-10 , 425
European Food Safety Agency 308
agenda (setting) 47 , 52 , 69 , 79 , 96 , 100 , 141-2 , 152 , 157 , 184 , 189 , 198-9 , 209 , 216-18 , 224 , 246 , 270 , 302 , 340 , 343 , 345 , 347 , 353 , 355 , 357 , 360 , 400 , 411 , 416 , 428
agricultural policy see Common Agricultural Policy
Albania 266-7 , 270 , 273 , 275-8 , 281 , 287-8
Amsterdam Treaty (1997) 94 , 97 , 99 , 102-3 , 108 , 141 , 148 , 209 , 215 , 265 , 306 , 337 , 343 , 366
Australia 72 , 355 , 379
Austria xxiii , 5 , 81 , 108 , 157-8 , 181 , 183 , 192 , 236 , 253 , 264 , 330 , 346 , 358-9 , 379
Freedom Party 183 , 238 , 255 , 263
Aznar, José Maria 389-90
Bagehot, Walter 40-1 , 48 , 61
Basque country xvi , 158 , 252 , 388 , 393
Belarus 272 , 277-8 , 283 , 285-6
Belgium xxiii , 1 , 5 , 17 , 158 , 167 , 203 , 255 , 330 , 335 , 348 , 372 , 385 , 388 , 390 , 394 , 421
Benelux 339 , 346 , 358
Beveridge benefits 355 , 361
Bismarckian tradition 353 , 358 , 360-1
Blair, Tony 47 , 62-3 , 67 , 69-71 , 322
Blair Government 136 , 358 , 422
Bosnia-Herzegovina 266
Bossi, Umberto 262-3
Britain xix , xxiii , 1-2 , 6 , 9-10 , 20-4 , 46-7 , 49 , 51-3 , 61-73 , 76 , 83-4 , 87 , 103 , 107 , 114 , 116 , 129 , 132 , 135-6 , 143 , 145-6 , 153 , 156-7 , 167-8 , 170-2 , 174 , 192 , 199-201 , 203 , 205 , 215 , 217-18 , 231 , 234-6 , 240-1 , 244 , 254 , 261 , 264 , 309 , 313-18 , 321-22 , 334 , 336-7 , 339 , 346 , 350-3 , 355-8 , 360 , 365 , 372-4 , 378-9 , 384-5 , 387-91 , 408 , 410 , 414-15 , 421-3 , 426
Cabinet Office 69 , 79
Conservative Governments 315-16 , 327-8 , 336
parliamentary sovereignty 20-3
budget 54-7 , 76 , 125 , 131 , 260 , 335 , 338-41 , 376-8 , 388
EU budget 96 , 99-100 , 109 , 340
Bulgaria 365 , 267-8 , 273-6 , 278 , 282-3 , 286-7
Bureaucracy, bureaucrats xvi , xxiv , 3 , 41 , 52-6 , 63 , 72-4 , 76-80 , 86-7 , 89 , 91 , 113-26 , 129 , 133 , 136 , 138 , 164 , 170 , 172-3 , 176 , 188 , 211 , 240 , 251 , 370-2 , 375 , 377-8 , 405 , 414 , 416 , 430
EU bureaucracy 139 , 151-2 , 161 , 212-14 , 216 , 218-19 , 226 , 308 , 428
Cabinet 40 , 47-9 , 54-5 , 59 , 67 , 74 , 80 , 82-4
Cabinet Government 62-3 , 82
Cabinet Office 157 , 171
cabinets ministériels84 , 88 , 143 , 145 , 171 , 212
Canada 72 , 168 , 379
Catalonia 158 , 384 , 388-90 , 394
central banks 332 , 336 , 342 , 370
Bank of England 317
Bank of France 320 , 325
Bundesbank 334 , 340 , 342 , 426
Committee of Governors 332 , 336
European Central Bank (ECB) xii , 302 , 336 , 338-40 , 342-4 , 425-6
Central Europe 75 , 78 , 82 , 84-6 , 88 , 236 , 245 , 264-5 , 269-73 , 287 , 333 , 372
centralization 68 , 70-2 , 80 , 83 , 132 , 135-6 , 156 , 199 , 304 , 339 , 384 , 387 , 389
Chirac, Jacques 130 , 261 , 321-2 , 325 , 409
Chirac Government 133 , 318 , 326
citizens 5 , 14 , 62 , 119 , 250 , 253 , 256-7 , 352 , 369-70 , 383 , 420 , 425 , 428
citizenship 12-13 , 27 , 103 , 346-7 , 427
City of London 315 , 317 , 326
civil servants xvii , 1 , 6-7 , 54-6 , 59 , 62-4 , 72 , 74-5 , 77 , 81 , 86-9 , 115-16 , 126-7 , 136 , 143 , 153 , 161 , 218 , 314 , 318 , 323-4 , 378
civil society 89 , 180 , 186-8 , 225 , 227 , 248 , 314 , 328 , 401 , 405 , 411 , 415
coalition government 42-4 , 47-8 , 51-2 , 54-7 , 74 , 76-7 , 79-81 , 89 , 130 , 263
cohabitation 46 , 50
Cold War 235-6 , 251 , 395-9 , 404 , 406-8
Committee of Permanent Representatives (COREPER) 141 , 143-4 , 147-8 , 151 , 158
UK Permanent Representation (UKREP) 146 , 157
Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) 95-6 , 143 , 148 , 160
Common Foreign and Security Policy (CFSP) 94 , 99 , 148 , 305 , 330

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