The Frontier of National Sovereignty

The Frontier of National Sovereignty : History and Theory 1945-1992

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Many theoretical explanations had been offered for the rise of the European Community, but none had used historical analysis to draw out the deeper significance of the events that surrounded Maastricht. However, in this book, first published in 1993, the authors explored the process of European integration, and its future, drawing on extensive empirical research into the national archives of the member states. The authors brought their findings together in this consistently argued book to provide a new and coherent theory of European integration, which threw a fresh light on unexplored aspects of EC policy. The debate over the Treaty of Maastricht shows how ill-understood are the issues involved, and this book is intended to improve that understanding. It is essential reading to students of history, international relations and political more

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  • Hardback | 248 pages
  • 144 x 222 x 22mm | 419.99g
  • Taylor & Francis Ltd
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • Reprint
  • 1138842737
  • 9781138842731

Table of contents

List of tables; Notes on the authors; Preface; Acknowledgements; 1. Interdependence or integration? A national choice 2. Migration as an issue in European interdependence and integration: the case of Italy 3. Restoring France: the road to integration 4. Between interdependence and integration: Denmark's shifting strategies 5. Inside or outside the magic circle? The Italian and British steel industries face to face with the Schuman Plan and the European Coal Iron and Steel Community 6. Interdependence and integration in American eyes: from the Marshall Plan to currency convertibility 7. Conclusions: the value of history; Notes; Indexshow more