Index
Bold denotes glossary entry
access points, 174, 186
Accession, Treaty of (UK) 1972, 26
acquis communautaire, 50, 60, 180, 191, 241, 263
Adenauer, Konrad, 3, 11, 15, 23, 67, 160
African, Caribbean and Pacific (ACP) states, 33
Agenda 2000, 53, 218, 229
agriculture see CAP and its reform; also 18
assent procedure, 106
Association Agreement, 30, 38, 48, 262
attitudes to European Union, 241–76
by country, 244–5
popular, xii, 244–5
Attlee, Clement, 166, 169
Austria, 39, 50, 225, 247, 260
Barroso, José, 57, 58, 78, 79, 122
Belgium see also Benelux countries, also 63, 68, 250
Benelux countries, 10, 12, 27, 51, 242, 246, 250–2
Blair, Tony, 52–3, 120, 140
attitude to EC/EU, 167, 206, 212, 228, 271–4
attitude to euro, 212, 271
attitude to USA (Special Relationship) and USA/Europe, 270–4
handling of Iraq War, 236
New Labour and European integration in office, 270–4
1997 election, 51
2001 election, 272
British Budgetary Question (BBQ), 31–3, 200
British rebate, 120, 200, 201–2
British Medical Association (BMA), 173
Brittan, Sir Leon, 77, 115, 146
Brown, Gordon, 140, 212, 273
Bruges Speech, 167, 269
Brussels, Treaty (Pact) of, 10
BSE crisis, 87, 217
budget see Chapter 11, also 32, 41, 80, 82, 226, 259
budgetary issues see British Budgetary Question, also 45, 90, 253, 259
budgetary process, 107, 110–13
Bulgaria, 55, 58
Bush, George W., 271, 273
butter mountains/wine lakes, 216, 229
Cassis de Dijon case, 204–5
Central Bank see European Central Bank
Charter of Fundamental Rights, 57, 232–3
Chirac, Jacques, 32, 252–3, 254
Churchill, Sir Winston, 7, 11, 16, 27, 167, 266
Cockfield, Lord/White Paper on single market, 35, 205, 206
co-decision procedure, 41, 82, 85, 96, 106–7, 113, 209, 251, 260
Cohesion Fund/policy, 36, 37, 48, 106, 224, 226–7, 259
Cold War, 5, 27, 290, 291
College of Commissioners, 76
commercial (trade) policy, 191
Commission see European Commission
Committee of Permanent Representatives see COREPER

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  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Boxes vii
  • Tables viii
  • Maps ix
  • Introduction x
  • Background Information xv
  • Section One- History 1
  • Introduction 3
  • Chapter 1 - The Drive for European Unity to 1973 5
  • Chapter 2 - From Community to Union, 1973–93 30
  • Chapter 3 - Consolidating the European Union, 1993 To the Present Day 49
  • Chapter 4 - The Movement to Integration- A Theoretical Perspective 61
  • Section Two- Institutions 73
  • Introduction 75
  • Chapter 5 - Institutions of the European Union 76
  • Chapter 6 - Policy-Making and Law-Making Processes 97
  • Chapter 7 - Democracy and the European Union 115
  • Section Three- Representation 127
  • Introduction 129
  • Chapter 8 - Elections to the European Parliament 130
  • Chapter 9 - Political Parties and the European Union 152
  • Chapter 10 - Pressure Groups and the European Union 171
  • Section Four- Policies 189
  • Introduction 191
  • Chapter 11 - The Union Budget 196
  • Chapter 12 - First-Pillar Policies 204
  • Chapter 13 - Second- And Third-Pillar Policies 230
  • Section Five- Attitudes 239
  • Introduction 241
  • Chapter 14 - Member States 250
  • Chapter 15 - Britain and Europe- A Case Study 266
  • Conclusion- the State of the Union, Past and Present 277
  • References 294
  • Further Reading 303
  • Index 307
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