5 edition of Toward a European nation? found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited by Max Haller and Rudolph Richter.|
|Contributions||Haller, Max, Dr., Richter, Rudolf, 1952-, European Conference of Sociology (1st : 1992 : Vienna, Austria)|
|LC Classifications||HN372 .T69 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 274 p. :|
|Number of Pages||274|
|ISBN 10||1563243849, 1563243857|
|LC Control Number||93048346|
The Schengen Agreement (implemented by 7 nations in ) first floated the idea of free passage between nations of the smaller Europe of the time. This has been continued and enhanced by the Amsterdam Treaty to the point where the now 25 signatories are effectively borderless to their partners (BBC News ). They were important steps toward disarmament, but served to frustrate Japan, whose leaders felt the nation was disrespected by the European nations, and repudiated the agreements during the late s in preparation for World War Two.
Today's European Union, with its deep integration spanning a variety of policy arenas long thought to be the sole purview of sovereign nations, is a surprising and anomalous political creature. Neither simply an intergovernmental organization nor a full-fledged nation-state, it has resisted simple categorization -- and has repeatedly defied the Author: Kathleen R. McNamara. European nations have already made vastly more progress toward a united European military than they have in the past 50 years combined. These steps are just a start, but an important one. Europe has huge power potential.
This book is focused on the UK, which always has a somewhat different perspective on Europe. This book is good because Hugo Dixon is making a case for Britain to stay in the European Union from a liberal conservative perspective — and in Britain Euroscepticism, or even . The Benelux Agreement of was a model for European supranationalism. Nations are often hesitant to give up any sense of independence or autonomy, especially with the strong drive toward nation .
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The EU is dominated by cooperation between national representatives and national officials yet it continually appears to us as something external and separate from national. The current belief is derived from a popular quote attributed to Jean Monnet, one of the founding fathers of the European Union, in which Monnet is claimed to have written the following in a letter to a friend on 30th April, “Europe’s nations should be guided towards the superstate without their people understanding what is happening.
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