SIEPS

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SIEPSSwedish Institute for European Policy Studies
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In Wim Van Aken, "Voting in the Council of the European Union: Contested Decision-Making in the EU Council of Ministers (1995-2010)", in Swedish Institute for European Policy Studies (SIEPS), no.
--Hill, Christopher (2008), "Introduction" in: Lisbeth Aggestam, Francesco Anesi, Geoffrey Edwards, Christopher Hill and David Rijks, Institutional Competences in the EU External Action: Actors and Boundaries in CFSP and ESDP, SIEPS: 6-7.
--Lefebvre, Maxine and Christophe Hillion (2010), "The European External Action Service: towards a common diplomacy?" in: SIEPS European Policy Analysis, vol.
Hillion, "The European External Action Service: towards a common diplomacy?" in: SIEPS European Policy Analysis, vol.
For example; Rolf Gustavsson, the European Correspondent of the Swedish Institute for European Policy Studies (SIEPS) in Brussels, supposes that the old Franco-German engine of the Union is now dead and reminds that a letter from Bonn and Paris used to arrive to the heads of states and governments on the crucial issues on the agenda at the eve of every summit; however it is not the case any more for years.
It is also well known, as Fredrik Langdal, a researcher in SIEPS, points out very rightly, that the big majority of Swedish politicians and state men (35) perceive European integration "as a fundamentally inter-governmental process; which should be pragmatic in character and where status quo is preferable to grand schemes of federalism" (36).
Asp, Christer (2006), "Turkey's accession to the EU from a Swedish perspective", Turkey, Sweden and the European Union; Experiences and Expectations, SIEPS, 2006, p.
Gustavsson, Rolf (2006), "My view from Brussels", Turkey, Sweden and the European Union; Experiences and Expectations, SIEPS, 2006, p.
Langdal, Fredrik (2006), "The Swedish Debate on Turkey's Perspective for EU Membership", Turkey, Sweden and the European Union; Experiences and Expectations, SIEPS, 2006, p.
(23.) Gustavsson, Rolf (2006), "My view from Brussels", Turkey, Sweden and the European Union; Experiences and Expectations, SIEPS, 2006, p.
The report, which coincides with the desire of certain Member States to renationalise all or part of the EU's structural interventions (a position supported by the Swedish Government), is an entirely independent study, requested of Professor Tarschys by the Swedish Institute for European Policy Studies (SIEP).