By George MacLean
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We should expect negotiations to be easier with wealthier states than with poorer ones. However, this is not entirely the case, since wealthier states are in a stronger position to negotiate with the EU in the accession process. Nevertheless, this bargaining power is not as significant as might at first appear, for two reasons. First, even the wealthiest applicant state is small in absolute size compared to the EU. In addition, where an applicant has extensive trade relations with the EU, there is already an incentive to join the Union.
24. Kux, "The EU, Enlargement," 12. 25. On the impact on creating a coherent foreign policy, see Eraser Cameron, "The European Union as a Global Actor," 41. 26. Ingrid Sogner and Clive Archer, "Norway and Europe: 1972 and Now," Journal of Common Market Studies 33, no. 3 (September 1995): 397-9. 27. "Nuclear Legacy Holds Lithuania Back," European Voice (April 29-May 5, 1999): 9. 28. For another discussion of these issues, see Grabbe and Hughes, Eastward Enlargement, 10-13. 29. "The Poles Bargain with Europe," The Economist (July 31, 1999): 40.
THE EU AND THE VARIABLES OF ENLARGEMENT 39 2. , Expanding Membership of the European Union (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1995). 3. With the reorganization of the Commission under Romano Prodi, the European Commission now has a Commissioner responsible for enlargement, who is housed with the two other Commissioners responsible for external trade relations and for external political relations. 4. "Fears Grow Over Pace of Enlargement Talks," European Voice (June 24-30, 1999): 2, where it is also noted that as of June no candidate countries had completed negotiations on all of the first 15 sectors and that Poland and Estonia had only completed seven.
Between Actor and Presence: The European Union and the Future for the Transatlantic Relationship by George MacLean