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This reflects the way in which several European countries and the Community institutions themselves have begun to alter their legislation on the release of confidential government documents. Both Britain and the EU institutions have thus adopted freedom of information legislation which ought to make possible targeted requests for the early release of documents; France has shifted from a thirty-year rule to a twenty-five year rule, and also allows outgoing presidents or their heirs to set independent rules for access to Elysee papers.
2007) The European Commission, 1958-72: History and Memories (Luxembourg: Office for Official Publications of the European Communities). Dutton, D. (1997) Anthony Eden: A Life and Reputation (London: Arnold). Ellison, J. (2000) Threatening Europe: Britain and the Creation of the European Community, 1955-58 (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan). Fleury, A. and Frank, R. (eds) (1997) Le role des guerres dans la memoire des Europeens (Berne: Peter Lang). Gehler, M. (2005) Osterreichs Aussenpolitik der Zweiten Republik: von der alliierten Besatzung bis zum Europa des 21.
Piers Ludlow 15 came to a shared realization that the international architecture of the post-war world could not be built upon fully sovereign nation-states alone. This readiness to transcend the nation-state was a vital precondition for the success of post-war integration (Lipgens and Loth, 1977, 1988, 1991). The voluminous primary documents collected by Lipgens and his team did also provide striking evidence of how Europeanist ideas had circulated amongst both German and collaborationist thinkers in wartime Europe as well as amongst their adversaries - but significantly perhaps Lipgens in his overview of his findings chose to de-emphasize this fact.