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Simon J. Nuttall

Print publication date: 1992

Print ISBN-13: 9780198273189

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: October 2011

DOI: 10.1093/acprof:oso/9780198273189.001.0001

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Can Political Co-operation Survive?

Can Political Co-operation Survive?

(p.309) 11 Can Political Co-operation Survive?
European Political Co-operation

Simon J. Nuttall

Oxford University Press

This chapter evaluates the survival chances of the European Political Co-operation (EPC). Optimists believe that the EPC Members States have already developed common positions on a wide range of issues based on shared information and that these have a cumulative effect on world affairs. The pessimists who criticize the EPC should be reminded that the EPC has already made significant contributions to the development of a common foreign policy, and it has also introduced a new dimension into the national foreign policy-making process, which no Foreign Ministry of Member States can ignore any longer.

Keywords:   European Political Co-operation, foreign policy, world affairs, foreign ministry, political co-operation

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