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It ’ s a long way to EUrope : The Post War Process of Integration

@inproceedings{2010ItS,
  title={It ’ s a long way to EUrope : The Post War Process of Integration},
  author={},
  year={2010}
}
  • Published 2010
Various theories claim to account for the development towards a unified Europe. Many of these offer an explanation of the contemporary process with regard to the European Union as a politico-economic entity at present. Yet, more often than not the history of Europe as a multifarious collection of national states is hardly taken into account in a systematic way. In addition, the role of political parties, or the elites, representing the different populations as governmental agents is often… Expand
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