The Northern Dimension, Russia and the Prospects for NEBI Integration

  • Lars Hedegaard
  • Bjarne Lindström
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Abstract

The above is the verbatim contents of item 109 of the Austrian EU Presidency’s conclusions from the European Council meeting in Vienna on 11–12 December 1998. And except for a few words under item 110 — on spent nuclear fuel and waste in north-western Russia — this was what the Presidency had to report under the much anticipated heading of ‘Northern Dimension’ (European Commission 1998b).

Keywords

Nickel Phosphorus Europe Petroleum Cobalt 

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  • Lars Hedegaard
  • Bjarne Lindström

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