Laursen, Finn. (1992) The Maastricht Treaty: A Critical Evaluation. EIPAScope 1992(2):pp. 4-5. [Working Paper]
Last December saw the culmination in the Maastricht Summit of the Intergovernmental Conferences (IGC) on Economic and Monetary Union and Political Union, which began in Rome at the end of 1990. The negotiations resulted in the adoption of a Treaty on European Union. This article gives a short overview of the Member States response to the major questions dominating the Intergovernmental Conference on Political Union: the problem of democratic deficit, the question of more efficient decision-making, the question of more effective implementation, and the need to increase the Community's capacity to act internationally.
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