1 edition of EC Maastricht Treaty. found in the catalog.
EC Maastricht Treaty.
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Written in English
|Other titles||Maastricht Treaty on European Union., Maastricht Treaty creates European Union.|
|Contributions||United States. Dept. of State.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 folded sheet :|
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The Treaty of Amsterdam, officially the Treaty of Amsterdam amending the Treaty on European Union, the Treaties establishing the European Communities and certain related acts, was signed on 2 October , and entered into force on 1 May ; it made substantial changes to the Treaty of Maastricht, which had been signed in Location: Amsterdam, Netherlands. His new book, An Imperfect Union: The Maastricht Treaty and the New Politics ofEuropean Integration, is scheduled to be published in January Political Science Quarterly Volume Number 4 I On the political economy approach to explaining EC institutional development, see Robert 0.
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The Maastricht Treaty: Second Thoughts after 20 Years (Journal of European Integration Special Issues)Format: Hardcover. Exploring the Maastricht Treaty process and the politics of European integration, the author argues that the end of the cold war and German unification have created a new set of geopolitical realities in Europe that have affected the nature and dynamics of European union.
Cited by: This publication reproduces the text of the Treaty on European Union, as signed in Maastricht on 7 February It is the result of a combined effort on the part of the General Secretariat of the Council and of the Commission.
The text has been produced for documentary purposes and does not involve the responsibility of the institutions.
Book: All Authors / Contributors: United States. Department of State. OCLC Number: Notes: Cover title. Caption title: Maastricht Treat creates European Union.
"August " Description: 1 sheet: illustrations ; folded to 28 x 22 cm: Other Titles: Maastricht Treaty on European Union Maastricht Treaty creates European Union. The Treaty of Maastricht, which created the EU, was signed in Maastricht on February 7,and entered into force on November 1, after being ratified by the then twelve member states of the European Communities.
This article discusses how the treaty was adopted, the economic and monetary union, the main policy changes, the new pillars, the main institutional changes, the Cited by: The TEU, also known as the Maastricht Treaty, changed the name of the European Economic Community to simply ‘the European Community’.
It also introduced new forms of co-operation between the Member States – for example on defence, and in the area of ‘justice and home affairs’. Treaty on European Union (Maastricht, 7 February ) — Consolidated version Caption: Treaty on European Union as amended by the Treaty of Amsterdam of 2 October Source: Protocol (No 7) on the institutions with the prospect of enlargement of the European Union, in Official Journal of the European Communities (OJEC).
No File Size: KB. The Maastricht Treaty specified an agenda for incorporating monetary policy into the EC and formalized planning that had begun in the late s to replace national currencies with a common currency managed by common monetary institutions.
Purpose: to streamline the European institutions. Main changes: creation of a single Commission and a single Council to serve the then three European Communities (EEC, Euratom, ECSC). Repealed by the Treaty of Amsterdam. The Maastricht Treaty on European Union brings about a number of improvements of the sort that will surely lead historians in the future to distinguish between the European Community «before» and «after» Maastricht.
Yet, the Treaty also raises more questions than any previous reform of the Community system - questions concerning the. The Concise Encyclopedia of the European Union describes maastricht treaty in the following terms: The Maastricht Treaty, signed in and officially known as the Treaty on European Union (TEU), introduced several important additions and amendments to the Treaty of Rome and signalled an advance in European integration equalled only by the Single European Act.
Declaration on Article 16(9) of the Treaty on European Union concerning the European Council decision on the exercise of the Presidency of the Council. Declaration on Article 17 of the Treaty on European Union. Declaration on Article 17(6) and (7) of the Treaty on European Union.
Declaration on Article 18 of the Treaty on. The Maastricht Treaty, officially known as the Treaty on European Union, was signed in Maastricht in February and came into force on 1 November The treaty was shaped by factors including the aftermath of the Cold War and the collapse of the Soviet Union, but also the EU’s emerging development as international actor.
Wynne Godley (LRB, 8 October) presents a strong case in favour of the view that much more attention should be given to fiscal policy in the debate over European points out that those who place all the emphasis on the co-ordination of monetary policy often smuggle in the assumption that the real economy will take care of itself and that the only legitimate concern of Author: Wynne Godley.
The Maastricht Treaty, Economic and Monetary Union and the neo-realist research programme* JOSEPH M. GRIECO Introduction With the Treaty on European Union, or the Maastricht Treaty, into force in Novemberthe member-states of the European Community (EC) appeared to be embarking on a far-reaching enterprise to enhance the authority of Cited by: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: European Community.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Previous edition: April, Published in This book provides a detailed analysis of the positions and strategies adopted by Britain during the Intergovernmental Conference which concluded in the Maastricht Treaty on European Union.
The main focus is on the questions of British policy coordination and the factors w. the Maastricht Treaty Maastricht gave birth to the name "European Union".
The member states agreed on important changes to the structure and powers of the Union they had created. The main ones centred on three 'pillars', as they were called at that time: * the (existing) European Communities (EC) pillar * the Justice and Home Affairs (JHA) pillar.
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The Treaty on European Union was signed in Maastricht in the presence of the President of the European Parliament, Egon Klepsch.
In accordance with that Treaty the Union is founded on the European Communities (first pillar), with two additional areas of cooperation (second and third pillars): the Common Foreign and Security Policy (CSFP) and Justice and Home Affairs (JHA).
The Treaty of Rome, officially the Treaty establishing the European Economic Community (or EEC Treaty in short) brought about the creation of the European Economic Community (EEC), the best-known of the European Communities (EC).Location: Capitoline Hill in Rome, Italy.Maastricht Treaty, international agreement approved by the heads of government of the states of the European Community in Maastricht, Netherlands, in December The treaty established a European Union (EU), with EU citizenship granted to every person who was a citizen of a member state.It was repealed by the Treaty of Amsterdam.
Treaty of Maastricht () (signature:entry into force: ) After the entry into force of the Treaty of Maastricht, or ‘Treaty on European Union’ (EU Treaty or TEU), the name ‘European Economic Community’ was replaced by ‘European Community’.
The EEC Treaty became the EC.