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Britain and Norway in Europe Since 1945

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This book examines Britain and Norway in Europe from 1945 through to the former's departure from the European Union in 2020. ... Weiterlesen
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Beschreibung

This book examines Britain and Norway in Europe from 1945 through to the former's departure from the European Union in 2020. It compares their European relations and investigates their bilateral relationship within the contexts of security, trade and, above all, European integration. Britain and Norway are outsiders in Europe, and they have both been sceptical of the the continental federalist approach to European integration. The question of membership itself has been highly controversial in both countries: the public has been divided on the issue; it has plagued political parties and governments; and prime ministers have resigned over European issues. This book explores why these countries have struggled so deeply with the idea of Europe since 1945, and looks ahead to how the relationship between Britain and Norway might develop after Brexit.



Geir K. Almlid is Associate Professor at Nord University, Norway. He lectures and researches on European integration, and Norwegian and British foreign policy.



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Geir K. Almlid is Associate Professor at Nord University, Norway. He lectures and researches on European integration, and Norwegian and British foreign policy.



Klappentext
This book examines Britain and Norway in Europe from 1945 through to the former's departure from the European Union in 2020. It compares their European relations and investigates their bilateral relationship within the contexts of security, trade and, above all, European integration. Britain and Norway are outsiders in Europe, and they have both been sceptical of the the continental federalist approach to European integration. The question of membership itself has been highly controversial in both countries: the public has been divided on the issue; it has plagued political parties and governments; and prime ministers have resigned over European issues. This book explores why these countries have struggled so deeply with the idea of Europe since 1945, and looks ahead to how the relationship between Britain and Norway might develop after Brexit.

Geir K. Almlid is Associate Professor at Nord University, Norway. He lectures and researches on European integration, and Norwegian and British foreign policy.


Inhalt
1 Introduction
2 Choosing Intergovernmentalism, 1945-54
3 Co-Founding EFTA, 1955-60
4 Trying to Get In, 1961-69
5 Successful Negotiations Unsuccessful Referendum, 197-72
6 Forming a 'New Relationship', 1973-85
7 The European Union and the EEA, 1986-93
8 Norwegian Europeanization and British Opt-Outs, 1994-2012
9 Brexit and Forming Another 'New Relationship', 2013-19
10 Conclusions

Produktinformationen

Titel: Britain and Norway in Europe Since 1945
Untertitel: Outsiders
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EAN: 9783030614737
Digitaler Kopierschutz: Adobe-DRM
Format: E-Book (pdf)
Hersteller: Palgrave Macmillan
Genre: Regional- und Ländergeschichte
Anzahl Seiten: 287
Veröffentlichung: 01.12.2020
Dateigrösse: 3.2 MB