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  • Author(s) George Ross
  • Edition1
  • Published24th December 1994
  • PublisherJohn Wiley & Sons (UK)
  • ISBN9780745612478
Jacques Delors has been the most successful President of the
European Commission in the history of the European Community. The
events of his time in Brussels may have constituted the best chance
yet to create a new supranational order to consolidate European
political and social arrangements. Jacques Delors and European
Integration
reconsiders the last decade of EC history, and the
Maastricht period in particular, from the point of view of Delors's
unfolding strategy.



The book's remarkable data sources include the author's
observations of the day-to-day work of the Commission under Delors
and access to key personnel and documents. The author explores the
ways in which Delors and his team tried to capitalize upon the
complex openings in Europe's political opportunity structures from
the mid-1980s. The "1992" programme to complete the Single Market
galvanized European energies and contributed to renewed optimism.
Maastricht and its sequels have proven less successful.




Jacques Delors and European Integration follows processes
around the Maastricht Treaty from inside, observing the complex
system of European institutions at work. What kind of turning point
will Maastricht turn out to be? The book attempts to reach a
conclusion about what, in retrospect, will certainly be seen as one
of the most daring experiments at transnational politics of modern
times.

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  • Author(s) George Ross
  • Edition1
  • Published24th December 1994
  • PublisherJohn Wiley & Sons (UK)
  • ISBN9780745612478
Jacques Delors has been the most successful President of the
European Commission in the history of the European Community. The
events of his time in Brussels may have constituted the best chance
yet to create a new supranational order to consolidate European
political and social arrangements. Jacques Delors and European
Integration
reconsiders the last decade of EC history, and the
Maastricht period in particular, from the point of view of Delors's
unfolding strategy.



The book's remarkable data sources include the author's
observations of the day-to-day work of the Commission under Delors
and access to key personnel and documents. The author explores the
ways in which Delors and his team tried to capitalize upon the
complex openings in Europe's political opportunity structures from
the mid-1980s. The "1992" programme to complete the Single Market
galvanized European energies and contributed to renewed optimism.
Maastricht and its sequels have proven less successful.




Jacques Delors and European Integration follows processes
around the Maastricht Treaty from inside, observing the complex
system of European institutions at work. What kind of turning point
will Maastricht turn out to be? The book attempts to reach a
conclusion about what, in retrospect, will certainly be seen as one
of the most daring experiments at transnational politics of modern
times.

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