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In October 2004 the EU member states signed in Rome a new constitutional treaty to provide the future framework for the expanded European Union. Profoundly controversial in many member states, the treaty must now be ratified by each of the 25 member states - a process likely to take two or more years, with several countries planning referendums, giving the book great topical interest.
This book explains how the treaty was negotiated, the play of different forces, and what it means for Europe