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Spain and the European Union

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Red Globe Press

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The European Union Series

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Spain's membership of the European Union since 1986 has had a major impact. Driven primarily by political concerns to secure democracy, membership has also served as a catalyst to dynamic economic development in Spain. This...

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Spain's membership of the European Union since 1986 has had a major impact. Driven primarily by political concerns to secure democracy, membership has also served as a catalyst to dynamic economic development in Spain. This book analyzes how the EU has helped shape the political process in Spain, focusing on the key institutions and the policy process. At the same time, Spain's increasingly proactive role within the EU is also explored, with particular attention given to the country's international position in post-Cold War Europe.

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  • The first systematic assessment of all key aspects of Spain's role in the EU and the impact of the EU on Spain Topical?
  • A timely text as Spain seeks to play an increasingly central role in the EU Written by internationally acknowledged leading authorities in the field

Introduction: A Framework for Analysis
Spain and Europe: A Historical Overview
The Internal Sources of EU Policy: Public Opinion, Political Parties and Pressure Groups
Institutional Adaptation: Re-Shaping Political Structures
Territorial Politics: The Autonomous Communities and Europe
Shaping the Union and Defending National Interests
Sources of Tension: The CAP and the CFP
Economic Integration: The Single Market, Competition and EMU
Slicing Up the European Cake: EU Budgets and Structural Funds
Intergovernmental Co-operation: Foreign Policy and Home Affairs
Conclusion: The EU as Spain's National Project.

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CARLOS CLOSA is Professor of Political Science, University of Zaragoza, Spain.

PAUL HEYWOOD is Sir Francis Hill Professor of European Politics, University of Nottingham.

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CARLOS CLOSA is Professor of Political Science, University of Zaragoza, Spain.

PAUL HEYWOOD is Sir Francis Hill Professor of European Politics, University of Nottingham.

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