ABSTRACT. Gilbert emphasizes the role the concept of European unity played in the political discourse of Britain's progressive intellectuals between Italy's invasion of Ethiopia and the end of World War II. Wusten remarks that the Europe of the European Union has an important set of policy arenas at the European level, still strong states, and a series of strong regions that put their demands on the table. Bóka gives a survey of the political and ideological history of the idea of European unity from the beginning of the 14th century until the establishment of the European Economic Community in 1957.



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