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supranationalism

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  • As to the two ideologies, the core of the EU is "supranationalism", this being the Monnet model of a technocratic, centralised government, embodied in the Commission.

    A failure to understand

  • The leadership of FYROM must understand that supranationalism and intrasigence aren't good advisors in Foreign Policy issues.

    OpEdNews - Diary: The progressive route to compromise

  • So supranationalism in all its forms good β€” but localized nationalism good.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Against Nationalism

  • In October 1921, the Glasgow Herald proclaimed, β€œIt is only a developed sense of supranationalism that would in the future make war unthinkable.”

    The Great Experiment

  • INSOFAR AS THERE WAS STILL TALK of supranationalism, the liberal ideal suggested by that word gave way to an ugly mutation.

    The Great Experiment

  • The EU was a promising experiment in supranationalism, potentially applicable to other regions of the world, while the U.S.S.R. and its satellites were a failed experiment in socialist internationalism.

    The Great Experiment

  • There could be no authority above that of the state, and no state could be legally bound without its own consent i.e., not real supranationalism.

    The Great Experiment

  • As he watched the rise of Hitler, Einstein modified his pacifism but believed all the more fervently that the only antidote to nationalism was supranationalism.

    The Great Experiment

  • What has happened instead is that the Communist Party has deftly substituted supranationalism for a true voice.

    MAIL CALL

  • The main features of the second model are regulation and harmonisation orchestrated from above, and the birth of supranationalism.

    Archive 2007-05-01

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