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The fourth edition of 'European information: a guide to official sources', by Patrick Overy, is now available free to EIA members and for just £10 to others.|
Coverage includes: the European institutions; Commission DG publications and websites; EU agencies; justice and home affairs; common foreign and security policy; treaties and agreements; the EU legislative process; the EU legal system; official publications; databases, websites and portals.
With 102 pages, 60,000 words and some 1,350 live links, this pdf-only publication provides an excellent introduction to official EU information materials and sources.
Further details are on our Publications page.
Our AskEric service gives EIA members the chance to pose their questions to our EU information experts. Whether it's simple or complex - if you're having trouble finding the answer, try AskEric ... though as he's having a well-earned break for the first two weeks of August, we've made other arrangements to get your questions answered - details are in the members area.|
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