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BOOK REVIEW - Adrian Liviu Ivan, Teorii și practice ale integrării europene [Theories and Practices of European Integration], Cluj-Napoca: CA Publishing, 2015, 176 pages, ISBN:978-606-8330-43-3

Adrian Daniel Stan ()
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Adrian Daniel Stan: Altiero Spinelli Center, Babeș-Bolyai University of Cluj-Napoca, Romania

Eastern Journal of European Studies, 2016, vol. 7(1), pages 185-187

Abstract: Teorii și practice ale integrării europene [Theories and Practices of European Integration] is a genuine contribution to understanding how the European Union’s particular character has been adjusted in more than half of century of institutional growth and development. Professor Ivan`s key argument for this book is that the European Union has been shaped as a functional project taking into consideration the diverse heritage and traditions of its Member States. The opening chapter of this book focuses on the particularities of international relations discipline after the Second World War in order to introduce the theme of European Integration Process. This chapter must be analysed in a series of contributions dedicated to the European Integration process and to the theories that made this integration possible because professor Ivan has previously published books such as: Statele Unite ale Europei [The United States of Europe], Sub zodia Statelor Unite ale Europei [Under the Sign of the United States of Europe], in which he debates the origins of the European construction and brings forward arguments to support the importance of each theoretical and functional pillar of this “Common European Project”.

Keywords: European integration; federalism; functionalism; transnationalism (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2016
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