Nugent, Neill. (2001) "Small states and European integration: The case of Cyprus". In: UNSPECIFIED, Madison, Wisconsin. (Unpublished)
The focus of this paper is on three aspects of the small state dimension of Cyprus's prospective EU accession: the nature of Cyprus's smallness; smallness as a reason for Cyprus seeking EU membership and the likely benefits and drawbacks of EU membership for Cyprus as a small state; and the challenges for the EU in incorporating the small state of Cyprus. What follows is very much a working paper, written as part of a broader and ongoing study on Cyprus and the EU. More work and thinking on the nature and implications of Cyprus's smallness no doubt needs to be undertaken.
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