Factors for Integration? Transnational Party Cooperation in the European Parliament, 1952-79

@article{Murray2004FactorsFI,
  title={Factors for Integration? Transnational Party Cooperation in the European Parliament, 1952-79},
  author={P. Murray},
  journal={Australian Journal of Politics and History},
  year={2004},
  volume={50},
  pages={102-115}
}
  • P. Murray
  • Published 2004
  • Political Science
  • Australian Journal of Politics and History
The idea that supranational institutions of the European Union (EU) such as the European Parliament (EP) actively promote integration has been manifest in discourses of the European Community (EC) since the 1950s. There is less evidence that parties in the EP do so, partly because their existence at the European level is a relatively new phenomenon. It is also problematic, as these parties do not constitute a European party system above the state. The article traces the development of… Expand
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