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Small New Member States in the EU Foreign Policy: Toward ‘Small State Smart Strategy’?

1 Bőrzel (2002: 205) identified that the EU ‘latecomers’ face a ‘double disadvantage’ in the EU as they lack sufficient staff power, money, and expertise to shape the EU policies. 2 Grøn and Wivel (2011: 523) suggest that ‘small state smart strategy’ involves a state as (1) a lobbyist, (2) a self-interested mediator, and (3) a norm entrepreneur. REFERENCES Bailer, S. 2004. Bargaining Success in the European Union. European Union Politics , 5(1), pp. 99–123. Baun, M. and Marek, D. 2013 (eds.). The New Member States and the European Union

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