Multilevel Governance in the European Union
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This paper describes the government of the European Union and the effects that changes therein have had on various elements of European society. Specifically, the paper address how multilevel governance in the European Union has affected the labor movement and labor unions, the environmental movement in Europe, as well as various sub-national and regional movements throughout the continent.
From the Paper:"The European Union (EU) is an interesting historical case of the developments that have occurred to the institution of the nation state over the course of the twentieth century. What so few people, outside of academic circles, realize is that the nation state is not a natural organizational structure. It is simply one more historical construction that was developed over time. Benedict Anderson, in his historically relevant Imagined Communities, writes, "[N]ation-ness, as well as nationalism, are cultural artifacts of a particular kind. By this he means that nations, despite all that cultural ideology has whispered in our ears, are products of human creation. They are invented institutions, albeit exceptionally powerful ones, upon which international affairs has relied for several centuries."
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Multilevel Governance in the European Union (2005, December 01) Retrieved February 03, 2023, from https://www.academon.com/research-paper/multilevel-governance-in-the-european-union-84230/
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