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British and German support for eastward enlargement of the EU has been crucial in driving the process forward and giving it momentum; unless this commitment continues, and strengthens, the process could falter. Yet t only have Britain and Germany had very different views on EU integration for many years, they also have different geopolitical interest, and very different involvement, in central and eastern Europe. This study, by leading British and German experts in the field, presents a new analysis of British and German interests in enlargement and assesses their contemporary policy approaches. Based on ecomic analysis policy documentation and interviews with key policymakers, it considers the scope for Britain and Germany to work together on enlargement, as well as highlighting the areas that could drive them apart.
Barbara Lippert is Director, Institut fur Euopaische Politik (IEP), Bonn. Kirsty Hughes is Deputy Director, Institute for Public Policy Research, London. Heather Grabbe is at the University of Birmingham. Peter Becker is a research fellow at the IEP.