6 edition of France and European Integration found in the catalog.
May 30, 2001
by Praeger Publishers
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||256|
In a talk with Tim Hochstrasser, Stuart Sweeney explored the findings in his book, The Europe Illusion, which considers Britain’s relationships with France and Prussia-Germany since the map of Europe was redrawn at Westphalia in A timely and far-sighted study, the book argues that integration in Europe has evolved through diplomatic, economic and cultural links cemented between . He shows the parliamentary discourses of France, Germany and Britain to be representative of the national position of these states towards the developing concept of 'Europe'. He covers all key events and developments of the time which had an impact on the European integration process and provides an explanation for the convergence of national Brand: VS Verlag Für Sozialwissenschaften.
Integrating Islam portrays the more complex reality of integration’s successes and failures in French politics and society. From intermarriage rates to economic indicators, the authors paint a. Book Description. Trade Unions and European Integration brings together pessimists and optimists on trade unionism under the contemporary pressures of European integration. The Great Recession has brought new attention to structural problems of the European integration process, specifically monetary integration; holding the potential of disabling any trans-national co-ordination.
The French Republican model appears as a polar case among the different cultural integration models. Dating back to the French Revolution and the Third Republic, France has a long secular tradition imposing restrictive attitudes on the expression of religious and cultural identity in the public sphere. There are, however, growing concerns that this model, despite its claimed egalitarianism and. Divided Nations and European Integration examines the impact of the expansion of European institutions and the ways the EU acts as a confederal association of member states, rather than a fully multinational federation of peoples. A wide range of detailed case studies consider national communities long within the borders of the European Union.
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European integration is the process of industrial, political, legal, economic, social and cultural integration of states wholly or partially in Europe or nearby.
European integration has primarily come about through the European Union and its policies. "a good survey of the existing literature on France and European integration, both in French and in English, summarized into a coherent, easy-to-read package."-Political Science Quarterly."a valuable resource for students invited to enquire whether or not the EU spells 'de Gaulle's second death'."-Modern & Contemporary FranceCited by: 7.
Gueldry analyzes the substantive transformations brought upon the French state by European integration through an incremental and cumulative process generally described as Europeanization.
This restructuring is characterized by the erosion of traditional political and economic parameters, the emergence of new means and models of public action, and a general paradigmatic redefinition.
A fully revised and updated edition of Surpassing Realism: The Politics of European Integration sincethis book remains the standard for concise histories of the European Union.
Mark Gilbert offers a clear and balanced narrative of European integration since its inception to the present, set in the wider history of the post-war period. Introduction. European integration has long had an enhancing effect on Europe’s national democracies.
In addition to meeting its initial commitments to peace and prosperity, the European Union has generated policies to address problems that national governments cannot resolve effectively on their own in an increasingly globalized world. history of european integration The process of European integration, in which we currently participate, was launched soon after the end of the World War II.
It relies on tragic experiences connected with the largest and also most tragic armed conflict in human history, caused by Nazi Germany. France and European Integration: Toward a Transnational Polity. by Gueldry, Michel R. and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at The Foundations of Europe: European Integration Ideas in France, Germany and Britain in the s (Forschungen zur Europäischen Integration Book 19) - Kindle edition by Hörber, Thomas.
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Additional resources for France and European Integration: Toward a Transnational Polity. Sample text. 43 France’s European diplomacy from to the early s mixed pragmatism and vision, and retained a fair deal of autonomy of decision making/5(17).
The relations between France and Germany form an integral part of the wider politics of Europe with both countries being founder Member states of the European Union and its predecessor the European Communities since its inception in with the signing of the Treaty of Rome.
General relations between the two countries has sinceaccording to Ulrich Krotz, has three grand periods. The no‐votes in referendums in France and the Netherlands in put an end to the Constitutional Treaty, and the Irish electorate caused another political crisis in Europe by rejecting the Lisbon Treaty.
This book explains how voters decide in referendums on European integration. Germany, France, and European Integration MICHAEL J. BAUN In DecemberEuropean Community leaders met in the Dutch town of Maastricht and gave their approval to the Treaty on European Union. At the time, the treaty-whose centerpiece was an agreement to achieve full monetary union by the end of the decade-was hailed as a monumental step in.
Peterson, in International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences, European integration is the product of the selective pooling of national sovereignty, or ultimate jurisdiction over a body politic, by postwar European nation-states.
It has yielded the European Union (EU), the most successful experiment in international cooperation in modern history. Instead, the founding document of European integration is the Schuman declaration of May 9,named after France’s foreign minister Robert Schuman and inspired by Jean Monnet, a businessman and civil servant who played a crucial role in starting European institutions in the following Size: KB.
Get this from a library. France and European integration: towards a transnational polity?. [Michel R Gueldry] -- This title analyzes the substantive transformations brought upon the French state by European integration through an incremental and cumulative process generally described as "Europeanization".
This excellent tour d'horizon for the "enlightened public" offers not only a balanced, well-informed review of French institutions, the role of the French state after World War II, and French social, monetary, and security policies. It is also a convincing study of how European integration has transformed the old Jacobin concept of the state, sovereignty, and "Colbertist" economic policy.
Germany, France, and European Integration MICHAEL J. BAUN In DecemberEuropean Community leaders met in the Dutch town of Maastricht and gave their approval to the Treaty on European Union.
At the time, the treaty-whose centerpiece was an agreement to achieve full. Thankfully, with his thoroughly researched and excellently written book, Royce corrects the political science discourse by explaining how a society’s normative ideas, particularly its theology, can affect international relations, especially in the case of European integration.
France and European Integration: Toward a Transnational Polity. eBook: Gueldry, Michel R.: : Kindle StoreAuthor: Michel R. Gueldry. The Journal of European Integration book series is designed to make the Special Issues accessible to a wider audience.
All of the themes covered by the Special Issues and the series are carefully selected with regard to the topicality of the questions addressed in the individual volumes, as well as to the quality of the contributions.Neofunctionalism is one of the best-known and ‘basic’ theories of European integration.
Closely associated with Ernst B. Haas, who developed the notion at the end of the s as part of his Ph.D. research on the European Coal and Steel Community (ECSC), neofunctionalism is today one of the most commonly referred to theories of European integration, either through counter-arguments.European integration has gained global interest.
Increasingly, European integration is perceived as a source of inspiration for processes of regional cooperation and integration around the world.
The European integration experience cannot be used as a simple “role model” to be emulated under contingent conditions.