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This volume - a collaborative effort between The Hebrew University of Jerusalem and Saxonian universities - is a source book for students and researchers of European Studies. Its scope is truly interdisciplinary as it incorporates contributions from social psychology, international relations, economics, political science, and sociology. Topics are: · Differences in the value preferences of Israelis and citizens of member states of the European Union · The European-Israeli relationship with a focus on the EU's Mediterranean policies, in particular after the Barcelona conference of 1995; parliamentary cooperation; environmental politics · The development of the EU with a focus on the process of the Maastricht Treaty ratification; the discussion of prospects of multi-level governance; the upcoming EU enlargement · Eco-nomic aspects of the European Monetary Union · The problem of citizens' identity formation in a uniting Europe
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Kurt Hans Biedenkopf (born 28 January 1930) is a German politician. He was the 1st Minister President of the Free State of Saxony (one of Germany's federal states) from 1990 until 2002, as such serving as the 54th President of the Bundesrat in 1999/2000.
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