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The EU, Home Affairs and 1996: Intergovernmental Convergence or Confederal Diversity?

  • Nicholas Dorn
Part of the Confederation of European Economic Associations Conference Volumes book series (CEE)

Abstract

The following pages attempt to locate the options for the future development of drug enforcement policies (at local, national and pan-EU levels) in the context of development of the European Union along either intergovernmental or confederal1 lines.

Keywords

Member State European Council Drug Policy European Parliament Home Affair 
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© Nicholas Dorn, Jørgen Jepsen and Ernesto Savona 1996

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