The Maastricht Treaty as High Politics: Germany, France, and European Integration
Michael J. Baun scrutinizes the high politics diplomacy of the Maastricht Treaty on European Union. He argues that although the treaty had roots in pre-1989 economic and institutional developments, it was essentially a response by the European Community and its member states to the end of the cold war and German unification.
Democracy, Sovereignty and the European Union, Michael Newman Reviewed by Michael J. Baun
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Revisiting the New Deal
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