- Title Pages
- List of Contributors
- List of Figures
- List of Tables
- Introduction: Co‐ordinating National Action in Brussels
- 1 Representing the United Kingdom in Brussels: The Fine Art of Positive Co‐ordination
- 2 The French Administration in Brussels
- 3 The German Case: A Key Moderator in a Competitive Multi‐Level Environment
- 4 Italy
- 5 Permanent Challenges? Representing Greece in Brussels
- 6 The Portuguese Permanent Representation in Brussels: The Institutionalization of a Simple System
- 7 The Belgian Permanent Representation to the European Union: Mailbox, Messenger, or Representative?
- 8 Dual Loyalties: The Boundary Role of the Dutch Permanent Representation to the EU
- 9 Ministerial Government at the European Level: The Case of Austria
- 10 The Swedish Permanent Representation to the EU: Melding National and Collective Interests
- 11 National Co‐ordination in Brussels: The Role of Ireland's Permanent Representation
- Conclusion: Co‐ordinating National Action in Brussels—a Comparative Perspective
- The National Co-ordination of EU Policy
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