Thesis (M.A.) from the year 2002 in the subject Politics - International Politics - Topic: European Union, grade: 1,0, , 125 entries in the bibliography, language: English, abstract: Inevitably, the current status of European integration has to be elaborated in a limited scope to identify the actual problems, which the EU is contemporarily confronted with. This leada to the discussion regarding the establishment of a European State and its ideal organization. The possibility of an European State and its internal structure will be subject of the debate. In an ideal world it would be effortless to realize these considerations. Since we are far from living under such conditions, some thoughts should also be devoted to the practicability and applicability of state theories on an experiment like the EU. In fact, this book ought to be a comprehensive discussion of nothing less than a European State, its internal structure and particular approaches made towards this end. Or, to refer to Ronald Mackay, one of the early contributors: "Every statement about a New Europe need not be construed as having special reference to the creation of a new government for Europe, of whatever kind. But aspiration must find practical expressions or be fruitless".
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