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Attributes Of A Successful Confederacy: A Comparative Analysis Of The Political Institutions Of The Articles Of Confederation And The European Union, Kim Victor Jan 2002

Attributes Of A Successful Confederacy: A Comparative Analysis Of The Political Institutions Of The Articles Of Confederation And The European Union, Kim Victor

Honors Theses

Following the devastation and instability in Europe in the aftermath of World War II, six of the continent's nations entered into the European Coal and Steel Community. The agreement to enter this organization provided the impetus for the modern day European Union (EU)I. Although its relatively short history may not be sufficient to consider the relationship perpetual, the European Union shows promise of continual integration. While these two political systems are fundamentally different in a number of respects, the basic structure of each organization be categorized as a confederacy. Using the notion of a confederacy as a point ...


Irreconcilable Differences: Domestic Factors In Britain Creating An Awkward Partnership With Europe, Nicholas G. Howenstein Jan 2002

Irreconcilable Differences: Domestic Factors In Britain Creating An Awkward Partnership With Europe, Nicholas G. Howenstein

Senior Honors Projects, 2000-2009

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