Finland in the European Union
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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National Politics and European Integration
Finland Joins the European Union
Parties and Elections
The Dual Executive The Government and the President
Finlands First Presidency of the European Union
1999 elections adaptation agenda Arter cabinet candidates cent CFSP civil servants coalition Common Market Studies consensus constitution cooperation coordination crisis-management debate decision decision-making defence dimension Democracies Democrats economic Eduskunta elections electoral elite EU's Europe European Commission European Council European integration European level European matters European Union favour Finland joined Finnish EU membership Finnish foreign policy Finnish government Finnish parties Finnish presidency foreign and security formulation Grand Committee Green League groups Helsingin Helsingin Sanomat Helsinki ideological impact institutions Intergovernmental issues Journal of Common KESK leadership Left Alliance legislation Lipponen majority MEPs Ministry national EU policy national integration policy national parliaments National Politics negotiations neutrality non-alignment Nordic countries Northern Dimension opinion Paavo Lipponen parliamentary participation Pesonen position powers prime minister Raunio referendum role Russia security policy Soviet Union Suomen Suomi Sweden Swedish Tiilikainen Treaty University Press voters votes Wiberg