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Completing Europe's Internal Market: Implications for Canadian Policy
The 1992 project in Europe promises to be one of the most significant developments of the contemporary international political economy, and Canadians need to be ready to meet the challenges and opportunities it presents. ...
Making Enemies: NATO Enlargement and the Russian ‘Other’
The relationship between ‘Promoting Stability’ and providing ‘Strategic Response’ is important for my purposes in this paper, but not as alternative explanations for, or even justifications of, NATO enlargement. I am not ...
Reimagining Security: The Metaphors of Proliferation
'Proliferation' appears to have been developed as a central image in the new international security agenda in the time between Krauthammer's article and the recent NATO summit. The spur to the construction of this image ...
Institutional Change and the New European Politics: The European Community, European Political Cooperation and the Western European Union
The object of this paper is to examine a small section of these political questions. There are several pressures building for a more united and independent Western Europe. The market completion will almost certainly result ...