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The Spanish entry negotiations to the Western Alliance

Author: Story, Jonathan INSEAD Area: Economics and Political ScienceIn: Yapi Credi Economic Review, vol. 3, no. 1, October 1988 Language: EnglishDescription: p. 15-52.Type of document: INSEAD ArticleNote: Please ask the Library for this articleAbstract: This article focuses on the how, rather than the why, of Spain's entry to the European Community. The first section deals with the stakes confronting Spain in its dual bid to enter NATO and the EEC. The second part covers the aspect of governmental relations and transnational factors influencing the negotiations. The third section analyses the international constraints defined as the sum of demands placed on Spain, and the use to which the Spanish government put them to further domestic objectives or to build internal coalitions in Spain supportive of Spain's demands during the course of negotiations. The fourth part focuses on the broader context of the EC entry negotiations, which Spain conducted along with the Community member States. This article is in fact, a particular case illustrating a wider theme, the European diplomatic system.
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This article focuses on the how, rather than the why, of Spain's entry to the European Community. The first section deals with the stakes confronting Spain in its dual bid to enter NATO and the EEC. The second part covers the aspect of governmental relations and transnational factors influencing the negotiations. The third section analyses the international constraints defined as the sum of demands placed on Spain, and the use to which the Spanish government put them to further domestic objectives or to build internal coalitions in Spain supportive of Spain's demands during the course of negotiations. The fourth part focuses on the broader context of the EC entry negotiations, which Spain conducted along with the Community member States. This article is in fact, a particular case illustrating a wider theme, the European diplomatic system.

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