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PSIR 407 WEEK 2 POLITICS OF THE EUROPEAN UNION
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The European Union International Organization Federation Sui generis polity
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Types of Integration Free Trade Area Customs Union Single Market Political Union
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Timeline of European Integration Historical Context Governments and the Great Depression Rise of socialist parties Rise of extreme right National interests during the time of the European Coal and Steel Community (ECSC) No Federalist agenda (US, USSR, People) Domino Theory or Monnet Method of incremental integration
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Timeline of European Integration European Defense Community fails in 1954 Treaties of Rome in 1957 (EEC and Euratom) Direct Effect with Van Gend en Loos case ( Van Gend en Loos v Nederlandse Administratie der Belastingen [1963] Case 26/62 ) Costa case Supremacy of EU law over member state laws ( Flaminio Costa v ENEL [1964] ECR 585 (6/64) 1965 All three Treaties are merged Empty Chair Crises
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Timeline of European Integration
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