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amp; Commission of the European Communities. amp; European Parliament. amp; International Political Science Association.
amp; Commission of the European Communities. The European alternatives : an inquiry into the policies of the European Community. Alphen aan den Rijn : Sijthoff & Noordhoff. and Commission of the European Communities. and European Parliament. and International Political Science Association.
Some policies seem more distinctively European than others; a good many seem not to distinguish between . And it would seem that inadequacies occur most frequently in the preparation of policy.
Some policies seem more distinctively European than others; a good many seem not to distinguish between exclusively European and more general Western interests. The book offers some very useful recommendations. The European Alternatives: An Inquiry Into the Policies of the European Community. Sijthoff, 1979, 538 pp. Purchase.
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41 Ionescu, Ghita (e., The European Alternatives: An Enquiry into the Policies of the European Community, Alphen aan den Rijn, Sijthoff & Nordhoff, 1979. 42 Leadership in an Interdependent World. 43 Adenauer, Konrad, Memoirs, London, Weidenfeld & Nicolson, 1966, pp. 416–7, cited in ibid. 44 See Friedrich, Carl . Trends of Federalism in Theory and Practice, London, Pall Mall Press, 1968.
The Spring European Council and the European Parliament are invited to react to this Paper, which should also spark a wide-ranging public debate. The Commission will then table concrete proposals for action. This Green Paper identifies six key areas where action is necessary to address the challenges we face. The most fundamental question is whether there is agreement on the need to develop a new, common European strategy for energy, and whether sustainability, competitiveness and security should be the core principles to underpin the strategy.
Mowatt, Creating the European Community p. 159; Beloff, The US and . 159; Beloff, The US and the Unity of Europe pp. 103–20. 42. BEEC (September-October 1961) pp. 8–10. The Second Enlargement of the European Community’, European Documentation Periodical (Belgium, 1979) p. 1. oogle Scholar. 66. H. Wallace et al. (eds), Policy-making in the European Communities (London, 1977) pp. 188–91. 67. European Community (January 1976) pp. 6–.
Three layers of changes are afoot in transnational policing cooperation within the EU. In addition to reform of Europol and Eurojust, the Lisbon Treaty came into force on 1 December 2009, and the Stockholm Programme, for the next five years, was published at the end of December 2009.
Of course, the Russian authorities' managerial efforts are not con fined to the party of power, and this is increasingly reflected in Russia watchers' conceptualizations of the party system as a whole. For example, Henry Hale identifies "ideocratic" (single-issue and protest parties), pro grammatic parties (with consistent, identifiable ideologies), and "clien telistic parties" including the parties of power