De Gaulle's First Veto: France, the Rueff Plan and the Free Trade Area
The purpose of this paper is to analyse the reasons for de Gaulle's framatic policy choices in 1958, which, if they marked a reversal of his earlier views on Europe, were to provide the key to understanding his subsequent policy towards West Germany, Britain and the EEC. r.
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