Rethinking European Union Foreign Policy

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INDEX
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access to documents 120–1
Adler, E. 63, 82, 87, 92, 101, 113n.4, 114
Agence Europe 123
Agenda 2000 134, 136
Aggestam, L. 83–5, 90–1, 109–11
Agstner, R. 122
Algieri, F. 116
Alker, H. 64
Allen, D. 3, 29, 33, 43n.6, 46, 52
Allison, G. 48–9, 51, 105–6
Almond, G. 84
Amato, Prime Minister G. 140n.2
ambiguity tolerance 21
Amsterdam Treaty 6, 28, 35, 41, 53, 59, 69, 79n.14, 115, 118, 125n.6, 133
Andersen, K. 21, 24
Anderson, B. 17
Andréani, G. 96
Anthony, I. 116
arms export controls 115–25
Avery, G. 137
Baldwin, D. 128
Ball, T. 15, 21
Baring, A. 85
Barnett, M. 87–8, 90, 92, 112n.2
Bauer, S. 116, 122–3
Berger, P. 23
Bertilsson, M. 79n.2
Biddle, B. 87, 97n.5
Blair, Prime Minister T. 96, 97n.3
Bonvicini, G. 43n.15, 60
Brenner, M. 25n.3
Bretherton, C. 3, 10, 46, 67, 69–70
Bribosia, E. 118
Brown, C. 15
Brückner, P. 11–12
Buchan, D. 3
Bull, H. 19, 110, 128
Bulmer, S. 4, 42, 44n.31
Burghardt, G. 13
Burr, V. 64
Buzan, B. 50, 74, 84, 113n.5, 141n.8
Cameron, F. 10, 137
Campbell, D. 73–4
Caporaso, J. 114
Carlnaes, W. 19, 107–8
causal beliefs 107
CEEC see Central and Eastern European countries
Central and Eastern European countries 57, 70, 75, 110, 132–7
CFSP see Common Foreign and Social Policy
Chabod, F. 25
Checkel, J. 16–17, 76, 86, 99, 101
Chirac, President J. 95
Christiansen, T. 8
Chryssochoou, D. 115
Clarke, M. 49, 111–12
Clinton, D. 18, 102
cognitivist approach 8
Colley, L. 97n.3
Collin, F. 79n.2
Collini, S. 21
Commission of the European Communities
133 Committee of Permanent Representatives 6,
105
common defence policy 6
Common Foreign and Social Policy passim euro and, 60, 122
High Representative 1, 6, 34, 78, 106, 122 integration and intergovernmentalism 36–7, 41

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