Sovereignty and European Integration

Towards a Post-Hobbesian Order
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9781403901040
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241
Autor:
M. Wind
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Englisch
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From the point of departure of international relations theory it is not an easy task to come to grips with the European integration process. We are faced with a situation where some of the world's oldest and traditionally most sovereignty-loving nations have surrendered essential parts of their power to a supranational institution. In order to make sense of this the book employs a constructivist framework. Empirically it focuses on the way in which the Community has transformed from a traditional international regime, based on classical international law, to a semi-federal polity where Community law and regulations trump national law and constitutions.
From the point of departure of international relations theory it is not an easy task to come to grips with the European integration process. We are faced with a situation where some of the world's oldest and traditionally most sovereignty-loving nations have surrendered essential parts of their power to a supranational institution. In order to make sense of this the book employs a constructivist framework. Empirically it focuses on the way in which the Community has transformed from a traditional international regime, based on classical international law, to a semi-federal polity where Community law and regulations trump national law and constitutions.
Preface Preface by Joseph Weiler PART I: Introduction: International Relations and European Integration The Nature of the European Beast From Theories of Integration to Theories of Institutions The Ideology of Choice: A Rationalist Account of Institutions A Constructive Account of Institutions and Social Change PART II: Introduction Sovereignty and the Question of International Change Governing with Judges? From Treaty to Constitution Are There Limits to EU Power Expansion? Afterword References Index
From the point of departure of international relations theory it is not an easy task to come to grips with the European integration process. We are faced with a situation where some of the world's oldest and traditionally most sovereignty-loving nations have surrendered essential parts of their power to a supranational institution. In order to make sense of this the book employs a constructivist framework. Empirically it focuses on the way in which the Community has transformed from a traditional international regime, based on classical international law, to a semi-federal polity where Community law and regulations trump national law and constitutions.

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