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Ireland and the European Union



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This book analyses Ireland's relationship with the European Union in the wake of Ireland's shock "No" vote to the Treaty of Nice and the major changes in the EU since enlargement; It is the first book to examine the "No" vote in detail, and to look at Ireland's engagement with the issues of enlargement and the negotiation of the draft constitution; Leading academics from Ireland and the UK have combined to provide a thought-provoking book which will be invaluable to anyone interested in contemporary Irish politics and economics, particularly for those interested in the issues of enlargement, the debate about the future of Europe and the relationship between the Union and its member states; It is the first book to analyse the Nice referendums in detail, with chapters exploring opposition to European integration in Ireland and the patterns of public opinion on integration; The book provides an overall assessment of the relationship between Ireland and the European Union

Author Biography

Michael Holmes is Director of European Studies and Head of the Irish Studies Research Group in Liverpool Hope University College.
Release date NZ
July 1st, 2005
Country of Publication
United Kingdom
Manchester University Press
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