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Flexible Integration: Which Model for the European Union? (Contemporary European Studies) epub

by Alex Warleigh


Flexible Integration: Which Model for the European Union? (Contemporary European Studies) epub

ISBN: 0826460933

ISBN13: 978-0826460936

Author: Alex Warleigh

Category: Other

Subcategory: Humanities

Language: English

Publisher: Sheffield Academic Press (July 1, 2002)

Pages: 144 pages

ePUB book: 1893 kb

FB2 book: 1921 kb

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July 2019 · Journal of Contemporary European Studies

July 2019 · Journal of Contemporary European Studies. Katie Verlin Laatikainen and Karen E. Smith (eds), The European Union at The United Nations.

This latest book in UACES' Contemporary European Studies series explores the arguments for and against the use of the principle of flexibility as an instrument in European integration

This latest book in UACES' Contemporary European Studies series explores the arguments for and against the use of the principle of flexibility as an instrument in European integration The progress of flexibility and how it has been implemented is examined in chapter three before moving on to the problems associated with flexibility as a central feature of European integration discussed in chapter four. The 'a la carte' solution to problems facing integration are offered in chapter five and the author is in no doubt that in political terms the changes would require purgative remedies of a kind previously avoided by the member states.

Flexible Integration book. Flexibility is emerging as a key dynamic of European integration  . Details (if other): Cancel. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Flexible Integration: Which Model for the European Union? by. Alex Warleigh.

Flexible integration: which model for the European Union? A Warleigh. EU studies and the re-thinking of ‘international relations’. European Journal of International Relations 12 (1), 31-51, 2006. Towards a Conceptual Framework for regionalisation: Bridging'new gration theory'. In defence of intradisciplinarity:‘European studies’, the ‘New Regionalism’, and the issue of democratisation.

Flexible Integration : What Model for the European Union? by Alex Warleigh. It also affects the way in which European integration is viewed since it makes a state-like outcome to the process far less likely.

Flexible Integration : What Model for the European Union? .

Flexible Integration : What Model for the European Union? Paperback. Contemporary European Studies. In the past derogations from certain policies have been granted to member states with special difficulties, but were always supposed to be temporary. Since the Treaty of Maastricht however a principle of permanent opt-outs from major policies has been established. In this book Alex Warleigh looks at why flexibility has become such an important feature of the EU. He examines its history, and puts forward a typology to explain the models by which it is understood.

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Flexible Integration. Contemporary European Studies S. Content Note

Flexible Integration. Chapter 3: "Closer Cooperation" - Flexibility from Amsterdam to Nice, Chapter 4: Problems of Flexibility, Chapter 5: Making Flexibility Work. Content Note. Black & White Illustrations. Country of Publication.

The European Union and I. .has been added to your Cart . The book represents a valuable contribution to the existing literature not only for the convincing leadership model developed in its pages but also for the choice of the case studies 'not limited to specific geographical areas' and for the analysis of the multiplicity of Member States' approaches, traditions and performance in developing countries.

Over time, customs unions and free trade areas evolved across the continent - the European Economic Community .

Over time, customs unions and free trade areas evolved across the continent - the European Economic Community (EEC, 1957), the European Free Trade Area (EFTA, 1960), European Economic Area (EEA, 1994). Dr. Kiran Klaus Patel’s visit to UNC-Chapel Hill was part of the Center for European Studies’ Jean Monnet speakers’ series and funded by the European Commission. Any views expressed on Medium and in podcasts are solely those of the author, host, or guests, and not of the Center for European Studies, which takes no institutional positions. See Hooghe, Liesbet, and Gary Marks.

Flexibility is emerging as a key dynamic of European integration. This shift towards flexibility has major implications. The EU will have to cope with more complexity and less transparency. It also affects the way in which European integration is viewed since it makes a state-like outcome to the process far less likely. Alex Warleigh looks at why flexibility has become such an important feature of the EU. He examines its history, and puts forward a typology to explain the models by which it is understood. He goes on to explore the hazards of flexibility and to look at what it has to offer, arguing that it is best seen as a desirable part of the integration process rather than as a problem. Flexibility, he argues is an important mechanism for the realization of the EU's slogan "unity in diversity".