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This index presents a list of terms and concepts that occur in the book The Treaty of Nice: Actor Preferences, Bargaining and Institutional Choice. The Treaty of Nice was negotiated by an Intergovernmental Conference (IGC), which ran through most of the year 2000. The European Council in Nice, France, concluded the negotiations in December 2000. This treaty introduced a number of institutional changes in the European Union (EU). The Treaty of Nice assigned new numbers of seats in the European Parliament. Here a differentiation between Germany and France has existed since a mini-reform took place after the Maastricht Treaty negotiations in 1992.

Keywords: European Council; Intergovernmental Conference (IGC); Treaty of Nice



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