The European Union and Central and Eastern Europe: the implications of enlargement in stages
This text sets out to analyse the implications of the process of enlargement in the EU state and examines which criteria is likely to be used in deciding whether countries are ready to join. It also looks at the potential consequences of growth.
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The Prospect of Eastward Enlargement
The Political Criteria for Enlargement
Consequences of Enlargement in Stages
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