Bruxelles, Bern, Berlin, Frankfurt am Main, New York, Oxford, Wien, 2006. 339 pp., 5 fig.
Contents: Etienne Davignon: Foreword – Helen Wallace/Pascaline Winand: The Empty Chair Crisis and the Luxembourg Compromise
Revisited – Jean-Marie Palayret: De Gaulle Challenges the Community: France, the Empty Chair Crisis and the Luxembourg Compromise
– N. Piers Ludlow: De-Commissioning the Empty Chair Crisis: The Community Institutions and the Crisis of 1965-66 – Antonio
Varsori: ‘The Economy First’? Italy and the Empty Chair Crisis (1965-66) – Henning Türk: ‘To Face de Gaulle as a Community’:
The Role of the Federal Republic of Germany during the Empty Chair Crisis – Anjo G. Harryvan: A Successful Defence of the
Communitarian Model? The Netherlands and the Empty Chair Crisis – Étienne Deschamps: ‘More than Honest Brokers’? Belgium,
Luxembourg and the Empty Chair Crisis (1965-66) – Pascaline Winand: Kennedy’s Atlantic Partnership, the EEC Empty Chair Crisis
and the French/NATO Problem – Lucia Coppolaro: The Empty Chair Crisis and the Kennedy Round of GATT Negotiations (1962-67)
– Pierre Pescatore: The ‘Luxembourg Compromise’ (28-29 January 1966) – Julio Baquero Cruz: The Luxembourg Compromise from
a Legal Perspective: Constitutional Convention, Legal History or Political Myth? – Jonathan Golub: Did the Luxembourg Compromise
Have Any Consequences? – Fiona Hayes-Renshaw/Helen Wallace: Changing the Course of European Integration - or Not?