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Evolving Conceptions Of Sovereignty As Applied To Membership In International Organizations, Luke C. Radice Jan 2019

Evolving Conceptions Of Sovereignty As Applied To Membership In International Organizations, Luke C. Radice

CMC Senior Theses

In the current international climate, both nations and individuals increasingly question both the validity and necessity of international organizations. This paper seeks to answer some of those questions, and to determine why countries choose to surrender significant portions of the national power that they are afforded under traditional perceptions of “Westphalian sovereignty”. This question is answered through an analysis of historical political thought on the concept of Sovereignty, then is applied to two case studies: the United Nations and the European Union, in which the benefits and downsides of surrendering sovereignty are discussed. Ultimately, this thesis concludes that the concept ...


The Economic Crisis And Esdp: Friends Or Foes?, Amelia Adams Apr 2013

The Economic Crisis And Esdp: Friends Or Foes?, Amelia Adams

Claremont-UC Undergraduate Research Conference on the European Union

No abstract provided.


Strong Euro Weakening Dollar: A Potential Economic Demise, Guadalupe F. Garcia Feb 2012

Strong Euro Weakening Dollar: A Potential Economic Demise, Guadalupe F. Garcia

Claremont-UC Undergraduate Research Conference on the European Union

No abstract provided.


Eu's Common Foreign Policies Towards Russia: Past, Present And Future, Yigit Canay Feb 2012

Eu's Common Foreign Policies Towards Russia: Past, Present And Future, Yigit Canay

Claremont-UC Undergraduate Research Conference on the European Union

No abstract provided.


Icy/Hot: Norwegian And Finnish Policy Toward The European Union, Mia Bennett Feb 2012

Icy/Hot: Norwegian And Finnish Policy Toward The European Union, Mia Bennett

Claremont-UC Undergraduate Research Conference on the European Union

No abstract provided.


Theorizing The Odds: The European Union, Online Gambling Regulation And Integration Theory, Alexis Spencer-Notabartolo Feb 2012

Theorizing The Odds: The European Union, Online Gambling Regulation And Integration Theory, Alexis Spencer-Notabartolo

Claremont-UC Undergraduate Research Conference on the European Union

No abstract provided.


Economic And Monetary Union: A Study Of Domestic Influence In The European Union From 1989-1993, Jason Grishkoff Feb 2012

Economic And Monetary Union: A Study Of Domestic Influence In The European Union From 1989-1993, Jason Grishkoff

Claremont-UC Undergraduate Research Conference on the European Union

No abstract provided.


The Impact Of Eu Oversight On Corporate Governance In The German Auto Industry, Jason Gorn Feb 2012

The Impact Of Eu Oversight On Corporate Governance In The German Auto Industry, Jason Gorn

Claremont-UC Undergraduate Research Conference on the European Union

No abstract provided.


Rival Models To Capitalism: Can The Nordic Model Survive The New Global Economic System?, Robbie Block Feb 2012

Rival Models To Capitalism: Can The Nordic Model Survive The New Global Economic System?, Robbie Block

Claremont-UC Undergraduate Research Conference on the European Union

No abstract provided.


Has The Franco-German Power Balance In The European Union Tipped In Favor Of Germany?, Stephanie C. Haffner Jan 2011

Has The Franco-German Power Balance In The European Union Tipped In Favor Of Germany?, Stephanie C. Haffner

CMC Senior Theses

The power balance between France and Germany in the European Union has been one of great discussion and debate. Countless journalists and scholars have argued that Germany’s power has risen gradually against the seemingly perpetually stronger France over the past sixty years, and is now finally set to surpass France; but how true are these claims? How can power within the EU truly be measured? Through an analysis of Franco-German collaboration through unionization, a critique of the contemporary discourse on the relationship, and an examination of changing contributions to the EU budget, my paper argues that the Franco-German power ...