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  • Revolutionary Breakthrough in EU Research

    avril 16, 2018

    The debate about the future of Europe has been deadlocked ever since the start of the process of European integration in the midst of the 20th century. According to one school of thought the process had to result in the emergence of a federal State of Europe, while another theory held that the participating states should aspire to form a Europe of Nation States or a Europe des Patries. Both theories underlined that there were no other options available. The present blog aims to demonstrate that both theories are outdated and have to be replaced.

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  • Connecting Habermas with International Law

    Connecting Habermas with International Law

    juin 13, 2014

    The financial crisis has intensified the debate about the feasibility of the European Union as a new phenomenon in international law. In his essay ‘On Europe’s Constitution’, philosopher Jürgen Habermas underlines that he regards the EU as a step in the direction of a politically constituted world order. In an 2012 interview Habermas focuses on the conceptual challenges of the EU by asking the quintessential question: How should we imagine a for closer co-operation necessary, supranational association which complies with stringent demands of democratic legitimacy without assuming the shape of a state?

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  • International Relations - Research Guide International Law

    Relations internationales

    On peut définir les relations internationales comme les activités politiques et les autres types d’interactions entre deux États ou plus. La discipline universitaire des relations internationales est une branche de la science politique qui étudie les relations entre les États, la politique étrangère des États-nations, et les mécanismes et institutions (telles que les organisations internationales, […]

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