Political allegiance after European integration

by Jonathan White

Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan in Houndmills, Basingstoke, Hampshire, New York

Written in English
Published: Pages: 266 Downloads: 931
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Subjects:

  • European federation,
  • Allegiance

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. 247-256) and index.

StatementJonathan White
SeriesPalgrave studies in European Union politics, Palgrave studies in European Union politics
Classifications
LC ClassificationsJN40 .W45 2011
The Physical Object
Paginationxv, 266 p. :
Number of Pages266
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL25024857M
ISBN 100230279783
ISBN 109780230279780
LC Control Number2011004877
OCLC/WorldCa692287952

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For example, after WWII, Europe pursued regional political and economic integration through democratic process, although it required each country to sacrifice its own national interest. Given this history, the rise of countries prioritising self-interest and advocating anti-globalisation means a paradigm shift in the postwar order and a. Put differently, political allegiance is owed primarily nei­ process of European integration has remarkably sped up during the s and especially the s; this rapid No part of this book may be distributed, posted, or reproduced in any form by digital or mechanical.

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Political allegiance after European integration Book section (Accepted version) Original citation: Originally published in: White, Jonathan, Political allegiance after European integration. Studies in European Union Politics, Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave Macmillan,pp.

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Studies in European Union Politics. Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke, UK. This book combines a conceptual elaboration of the political bond with a sociological study of commonsense suppositions, based on interviews with groups of.

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Until the beginning of the s, European integration was largely uncontested in public opinion. In the early years, the European project was characterized by the well-known ‘permissive consensus’ (Lindberg and Scheingold, ).The general perception that the European Union (EU) would secure peace, stability and welfare for its member states apparently generated a diffuse feeling.

Interests, Identity and Political Allegiance in the European Union support for European integration in most member states as the “Post-Maastricht Blues”, as the drop occurred after the finalizing of the Maastricht Treaty in December The transition 2.

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European integration. The Treaties of Rome of strengthened the foundations of this integration and the notion of a common future for the six European countries involved. LEGAL BASIS — The Treaty establishing the European Coal and Steel Community (ECSC), or Treaty of Paris, was signed on 18 April and came into force on 25 July Routledge, Dec 6, - Political Science - pages 0 Reviews This comparative examination of the impact of European integration on the politics and government of EU member states covers the parties, the legal system, voters and public administration.

11 Conclusion: European integration and political The contingent relationship between ideology and conflict support for the EU 59 GARY MARKS Euro-party locations over time Euro-party positions in a two-dimensional space References Support for European integration by party family Index since Political Allegiance After European Integration (Palgrave Studies in European Union Politics) eBook: White, J.: : Kindle Store.

For a century at least, parties have been central to the study of politics. Yet their typical conceptual reduction to a network of power-seeking elites has left many to wonder why parties were ever thought crucial to democracy. This book seeks to retrieve a richer conception of partisanship, drawing on modern political thought and extending it in the light of contemporary democratic theory and.

Using party programmes and quantitative data, the book reveals considerable cross-family variations regarding the extent to which parties’ genetic origins shape partisan responses to Europe. The Impact of European Integration on Political Parties will be of interest to students and scholars of European politics, European integration.

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The Political Economy of European Integration This is the first book to present a balanced and accessible introduction to diverse political economy perspectives on different aspects of European integration, demonstrating both the importance and the potential of research in this area.

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Introduction: European Integration and National Political Systems The process of European integration has been studied and analysed at great length in a variety of academic disciplines. The main focus of this endeavour is usually to try to explain institution-building, policy integration or policy outputs at the European level.

He is the author of the book The Europeanization of Cyprus: Polity, Policies and Politics Basingstoke () and has also published articles in numerous edited volumes and leading scientific journals such as the Journal of Political Power, Journal of European Integration, Journal of Southern Europe and the Balkans and Regional and Federal Studies.

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EUROPEAN Union bosses show a flagrant disregard for their own rules by allowing Germany to ignore the bloc’s laws that other weaker countries are forced to abide by. Political allegiance and European integration Political allegiance and European integration KERSBERGEN, KEES Abstract.

Under what conditions and to what extent do national publics come to accept the increasing efforts of state elites to build new political institutions that transcend the constitutional frontiers of the nation–state and affect their interests.

Germany and the integration of Europe since is the main focus of this article. Finding its place in Europe and defining what its Europe should be is a leitmotif of Germany's history. Long before the twentieth century, its central position and size raised the question of how both Germany and Europe could be organized in a constructive, stable, and peaceful way that would work for Germans.would catch up later.

A substantial setback for further political integration was that the French and German positions drifted apart after Maastricht.

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