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De Europese Gemeenschap in 1991

Wachten op de Europese Unie

Journal Res Publica, Issue 3-4 1992
Authors Liesbet Hooghe
Abstract

    The Twelve Member States agreed in December 1991 in Maastricht on an Economic Monetary Union, including a single currency and an autonomous European central bank by the turn of the century, and on "an ever closer union among the peoples of Europe". The structure of the European Political Union resembles a temple with three pillars: more powers for the European Parliament on a wider ranger of policy issues (European Communities), a separate framework for a common foreign and security policy, and intergovernmental cooperation on justice and internal aff airs. The new Treaty wilt replace the Treaty of Rome only after ratification in all twelve member states. White EMU and EPU dominated the public agenda, the internal market programme was drawing to a close with nearly all White paper measures adopted. Emphasis shifted to implementation problems. The prolonged conflict between Commission, Parliament and Council on the 1992 budget gave a taste of increasing tensions on budgetary issues, especially between "northern" and "southern" interests. That divide wilt deepen with or without ratification of the Maastricht Treaty. The budgetary battle of 1991 was partly on external relations. The external activities of the EC were all but successful in 1991: disparate conduct in the Gulf War, failure to contain conflict in Yugoslavia, near-collapse of negotiations with the EFTA countries, deadlock in Gatt-talks and the threat of a trade war between the three trade blocks. Ibe European Common Agricultural Policy remained a major stumblingblock in the Gatt-talks. The Commission proposed a radical reform package for CAP, fiercely opposed by France until the end of the year.


Liesbet Hooghe
Article

The End of the Cold War and the Prospects for the Settlement of Space Law Disputes

Emerging and Future Supplements to Space Law Specifically in the Context of the International Space Year

Journal International Institute of Space Law, Issue 1 1992
Authors Ribbelink

Ribbelink
Article

The Role of the Spaceport Florida Authority in the Development of Cooperative International Arrangements

Emerging and Future Supplements to Space Law Specifically in the Context of the International Space Year

Journal International Institute of Space Law, Issue 1 1992
Authors Ganzkow

Ganzkow
Article

Quo Vadis? Space Law in the 21st Century

Emerging and Future Supplements to Space Law Specifically in the Context of the International Space Year

Journal International Institute of Space Law, Issue 1 1992
Authors Wirin

Wirin
Article

Legal Regulations of Space Activities in Russia and Commonwealth of Independent States

Emerging and Future Supplements to Space Law Specifically in the Context of the International Space Year

Journal International Institute of Space Law, Issue 1 1992
Authors Kamenetskaya

Kamenetskaya
Article

International Satellite Organizations: From Monopoly to Cartel

Emerging and Future Supplements to Space Law Specifically in the Context of the International Space Year

Journal International Institute of Space Law, Issue 1 1992
Authors Potter

Potter
Article

ESA and the EC: A Coherent Approach in Space

Emerging and Future Supplements to Space Law Specifically in the Context of the International Space Year

Journal International Institute of Space Law, Issue 1 1992
Authors Thiebaut

Thiebaut
Article

Spacecraft Motion Management (SMM): Institutional and Legal Frameworks

Emerging and Future Supplements to Space Law Specifically in the Context of the International Space Year

Journal International Institute of Space Law, Issue 1 1992
Authors Meredith

Meredith
Article

Towards a European Space Agency, Mark II? The Space Program of the Former Soviet Union and the Commonwealth of Independent States

Emerging and Future Supplements to Space Law Specifically in the Context of the International Space Year

Journal International Institute of Space Law, Issue 1 1992
Authors von der Dunk

von der Dunk
Article

The New Age of Discovery and the Changing Structure of Space Law

Emerging and Future Supplements to Space Law Specifically in the Context of the International Space Year

Journal International Institute of Space Law, Issue 1 1992
Authors DeSaussure

DeSaussure

Balsano
Article

Procurement of Launch Vehicles and Services

Legal Regulation of Economic Uses of Outer Space

Journal International Institute of Space Law, Issue 2 1992
Authors Reibel

Reibel

Hashimoto
Article

UK Space Law

Other Legal Subjects

Journal International Institute of Space Law, Issue 4 1992
Authors Lyall

Lyall
Article

Stratosphere Ozone Problem and Space Activity

Managing Environmental Issues Including Space Debris

Journal International Institute of Space Law, Issue 3 1992
Authors Christol

Christol

Galloway

Filho

Haeck
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