15 Jan 2013

Seven Hazards in Cameron’s Intended European Policy

Michael Emerson

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As the date approaches for Prime Minister Cameron’s long-awaited speech setting out his policy intentions towards the EU, a new CEPS Commentary by Michael Emerson chronicles a plethora of problems his propositions are going to encounter for their successful implementation in the both the British and European interests.

Michael Emerson is Associate Senior Fellow at CEPS.

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