The EU, Home Affairs and 1996: Intergovernmental Convergence or Confederal Diversity?
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.
KeywordsMember State European Council Drug Policy European Parliament Home Affair
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