Brief Apology to the National State in Europe
Mihaela Carausan ()
No 457, Apas Papers from Academic Public Administration Studies Archive - APAS
Within the European Union order, the national states play a very important role. They are responsible for the enforcement and the control of the execution of the policies of the European Communities. Although the European Union has a central administration, she doesn't have external agencies. Applying the European instructions and regulations depends on the national governments. Because of rules such as mutual recognition, each government depends on the quality of executing the Community policy, for the purpose of achieving its own responsibilities. A spectre is haunting the national states - the spectre of globalization. That's way we will focus in this paper on the national state on its dynamism and existence in a united Europe.
Keywords: local autonomy; citizens/society; good governance; the rule of law; modern state (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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