Finland in the European Union

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Psychology Press, 2003 - Law - 180 pages
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With a focus on governmental institutions, this book explores the ways in which EU membership has altered the balance of power among key political actors. The authors discuss cultural adaptation to integration, as well as examining the views of the elite and voters. The transformation in national identity, sovereignty and neutrality are also examined.
  

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Contents

National Politics and European Integration
1
Finland Joins the European Union
21
Parties and Elections
43
Parliament
72
The Dual Executive The Government and the President
96
Finlands First Presidency of the European Union
113
The Common Foreign and Security Policy
129
Conclusion
146
References
158
Index
173
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Teija Tiilikainen is Research Director in the Centre for European Studies at the University of Helsinki, Finland.

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