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From Empire to Republic

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Peter Berger
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Günter Bischof
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Fritz Plasser

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Martin Strauβ and Karl-Heinz Ströhle, eds., Sanktionen—10 Jahre danach: Die Maβnahmen der Länder der Europäischen Union gegen die österreichische Regierung im Jahr 2000

Innsbruck: Studienverlag, 2010

Alexander Smith

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It has been ten years now since the fourteen partner states of Austria in the European Union (EU-14) at the time implemented diplomatic measures against the newly formed Austrian government. The elections to the Nationalrat of 3 October 1999 brought Jörg Haider’s right-wing populist Freedom Party (FPÖ) with 26.9 percent of the vote in second place. As it became apparent that Wolfgang Schüssel, chairman of the Christian-conservative People’s Party (ÖVP), intended to build a coalition government with the FPÖ, Austria’s fourteen EU partners sent an unprecedented warning to Vienna. On behalf of the EU-14, the Portuguese Presidency informed in a statement on 31 January 2000 both the President and the Chancellor of Austria that any participation of the FPÖ in the government would entail a joint reaction consisting primarily of a downgrading of bilateral diplomatic relations between the EU-14 and Austria. These warnings notwithstanding, on 4 February 2000 a new government, composed of the ...

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