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The South African Institute of International Affairs

@inproceedings{Sidiropoulos2006TheSA,
  title={The South African Institute of International Affairs},
  author={E. Sidiropoulos and J. McKay and A. Pienaar},
  year={2006}
}
The accession into the European Union (EU) of 10 new members, mainly from eastern Europe, brings with it economic, social and institutional challenges for the new member states as well as for the 15 existing EU countries (EU-15) and EU institutions and decisionmaking processes. Any country that joins the EU must implement economic, political and legislative criteria established by the European Council in 1993. This study shows that the European Council's annual reports, which are its main… CONTINUE READING
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