Understanding and Assessing the Maastricht Treaty

@article{Christiansen2012UnderstandingAA,
  title={Understanding and Assessing the Maastricht Treaty},
  author={Thomas Christiansen and Simon. Duke and Emil Kirchner},
  journal={Journal of European Integration},
  year={2012},
  volume={34},
  pages={685 - 698}
}
Abstract This article introduces the collection of articles of the special issue and provides a discussion of the common themes linking these contributions. The article stresses the continuing significance of the Maastricht Treaty and illustrates the various ways in which the key reforms of the early 1990s still matter today. This includes not only the bearing that the decisions at the time of the Maastricht Treaty have had on the current crisis of the Eurozone, but also the developments in the… 
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