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Pat Cox

noted that he could not have been elected without British votes, as well as those of others. During his Presidency he was, as his lecture emphasised, committed to the principle of European Union enlargement. He noted that the negotiations with Romania and Bulgaria were then on track, and both countries did, in fact, join the Union in 2007. He was also optimistic about the prospects for Croatia, which had emerged out of the debacle surrounding the breakup of Yugoslavia. This country, for centuries linked with Hungary, and then part of the state of Yugoslavia which had

in Peacemaking in the twenty-first century
David Brown

: Ashgate, 2002).   80 For details of the Commission’s continuing analysis of the enlargement process, see the Directorate General for Enlargement, http://ec.europa.eu/enlargement/.   81 See, for example, David Brown, ‘The European Union’s Response to the problems of Organised Crime and Human Trafficking’, European Security, 13:1–2 (2003), ‘Storming the Fortress: The External Border Regime in an Enlarged Europe’, in Hilary Ingham and Mike Ingham (eds), EU Expansion to the East: Problems and Prospects (Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, 2002), ‘European Union Enlargement and

in The European Union, counter terrorism and police co-operation, 1992–2007