European political cooperation in 1991
Title: European political cooperation in 1991
Author: DEHOUSSE, Renaud
Citation: European journal of international law, 1993, Vol. 4, No. 1, pp. 141-156
ISSN: 0938-5428; 1464-3596
As indicated in the first issue of this Journal, the purpose of this survey is not to give an exhaustive account of die positions assumed by die Member States of die European Communities in die framework of European Political Cooperation (EPC). More modestly, it reports die opinions expressed by the Twelve on matters of international law, or on die legal aspects of current international issues. 1991 was rich in important events. Commencing with die Gulf war, die year saw die outbreak of hostilities in Yugoslavia and ended with die collapse of the Soviet Union. As die views of die Twelve on several of these problems have been analysed in detail in this and earlier issues, I will limit myself to elements which have thus far attracted less attention.
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