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Formato: 2019
SHORT REFLECTION TO A POSSIBLE EU CONSTITUTION: NATIONAL SOVEREIGNTY TO COMMUNITY LAW
Revista:
6 - 2002
Autores:
José Puente Egido
Resumen:

At the end of the Fifteen century and beginning of the Sixteenth, national estates were created in Europe and modern International Law appeared. These are two coexisting and inseparable phenomena. This duality explains why the political power of national Estates is based on a double legitimacy: each Estate sets its own political power, but a the same time it recognises a higher system that binds all the national elements.

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Introduction
Revista:
6 - 2002
Autores:
Antonia Calvo Hornero
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Introduction
AFTER THE TREATY OF NICE, INSTITUTIONS OF THE EUROPEAN UNION CONTINUE WITHOUT BEING PREPARED FOR SCALING
Revista:
6 - 2002
Autores:
Guillermo de la Dehesa
Resumen:

The aim of the Treaty of Nice was to allow the European Union Institutions to work in a frame-work of efficiency and legitimacy.
But results were not as good as they were expected to be.

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The new Latin American regionalism: a reading from the international context
Revista:
6 - 2002
Autores:
Ángel María Casas Gragea
Resumen:

In this paper, the author studies the new regionalism in the Americas from an international perspective. Firstly, he reviews power relations and economic political interdependence among the regional and sub-regional organization witch Latin America. Secondly, this analysis takes into consideration globalization. Finally, he presents the centrifugal and centripetal forces explaining the complex relationship between regionalism and the world trading system.

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General Section
Review
Revista:
6 - 2002
Autores:
Mª Ángeles Rodríguez Santos, Víctor M. González Sánchez, Alfredo MACÍAS VÁZQUEZ
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MONETARY UNION: SOME UNFAVOURABLE ADJUSTMENTS FOR THE EMPLOYMENT AND WAGE RELATIONSHIP
Revista:
6 - 2002
Autores:
Francisco Rodríguez Ortiz
Resumen:

The European Monetary Union which completes the process of economic, monetary and financial globalization in the EU, does not necessarily result in an improvement in labour ans salary relations, as suggested by the centres of power. The restrictions on macroeconomics policy, the anti-inflationary obsesion of the European Central Bank and the governments and the new competition imperatives which derive from this project direct adjustments towards the labour market.

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