By Lee McGowan, David Phinnemore

ISBN-10: 0203486846

ISBN-13: 9780203486849

ISBN-10: 1857432606

ISBN-13: 9781857432602

Supplying concise definitions and factors on all elements of the ecu Union, this new version additionally comprises information of the 10 states which grew to become complete participants of the ecu Union in may well 2004. The dictionary: * includes over 1,000 entries * explains the terminology surrounding the ecu and descriptions the jobs and importance of the associations, member nations, programmes and regulations, treaties and personalities * deals transparent and succinct definitions * spells out acronyms and abbreviations.

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Although the country had almost fulfilled the political criteria for membership, the report stated that investment was still needed in the areas of environment, transport, energy, home affairs, justice and agriculture. Bulgaria was thus not a participant in the first round of accession negotiations that began in March 1998. However, greater political stability under Prime Minister Ivan Kostov (elected in 1997) helped Bulgaria’s image, and the country was included in the second round of negotiations that commenced in 2000.

This used to account for around twothirds of the budget. Its escalating costs, which are defined as compulsory expenditure, have increasingly limited possibilities of funding programmes in other policy areas. After years of disagreement, it was accepted in 1988 that future increases in agricultural spending would be limited to a maximum of 74% of the annual growth of GNP in the EC. 9% of the budget. ) of the 2003 budget. 2% in guarantees and reserves. The budget does not distinguish between capital and recurrent expenditure, in part because the EC has little of the former: it does not, for example, own most of the buildings it occupies in Brussels.

BRUSSELS, TREATY OF : See Treaty of Brussels ‘BRUSSELSIZATION’ is a term that is associated with the evolution of the European Union’s (EU) Common Foreign and Security Policy established under Pillar II of the Treaty on European Union in 1993. Although the EU’s supranational powers are highly marginalized in this policy area, there is a growing sense that this policy’s development is being determined to a greater extent than ever in Brussels by a number of Pillar II working groups. Since the days of European political cooperation in the 1970s and the 1980s, working groups have played an instrumental role in EU foreign policy business.

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