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Boyka Stefanova

of the single currency, gender equality, citizenship, employment, and other policies (Cowles et al . 2001). A pro-European discourse does not mean that actors necessarily identify with Europe, but that they use the ideological legitimation of the reconciliation discourse for political action in order to advance their interests in the conflict resolution process. European integration has not

in The Europeanisation of conflict resolution
A child of the Kosovo crisis?
Paul Latawski
Martin A. Smith

-participation in the single currency project . Support for this view can be adduced from the timing. The Pörtschach meeting took place just over two months before the EU’s single currency was due to be officially launched on 1 January 1999. Minds in London were bound to be concentrated on the potential fall-out from the UK’s non-participation in the project of the moment. Taking a lead in revisiting military questions would, on this

in The Kosovo crisis and the evolution of post-Cold War European security
Robin Wilson

Britain, to maximise the potential of cross-border trade and supply chains. The competence of the Assembly should be extended in these two areas also – again, not requiring any consequent policy changes but enabling them if so wished. One Dublin official, asked what he would change of the Belfast agreement, replied: ‘The one outstanding issue I would change would be that we would have a single currency on

in The Northern Ireland experience of conflict and agreement
Projecting force into an uncertain world
Emil Kirchner
James Sperling

integration was pushed off the policy agenda by the electorates’ expectation of a ‘peace dividend’, the more pressing task of complementing the single market with a single currency, and the difficult task of fostering competitive multi-party democracies and market economies in central and eastern Europe. Despite the broadening of the security agenda in combination with the absence of a military opponent capable

in EU security governance