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The idea of a “Federation of Nation States”, made known by Jacques Delors, guides the Jacques Delors Institute’s work. Research is focused on analysing the specificities of EU member states, as well as examining political issues such as ...
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Where is Germany Heading?
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Karlsruhe's Europe
Federal Leap or Political Unions?
Post-national democracy and the reform of the European Parliament
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Federation of Nation States

The idea of a “Federation of Nation States”, made known by Jacques Delors, guides our work research, which focusses mainly on analysing the specificities and identities of EU member states, as well as examining political issues such as competence sharing between EU and national levels and the modes of European government, including on the basis of differentiation.

A driving force despite everything, Franco-German relations and the Enlarged European Union

Analysing two points (security & defence, economic and monetary governance), the author asserts that France's and Germany's influence will go on as much as both countries integrate other partners in their common projects.

22/08/2006 Studies and reports - Martin Koopmann

Large and Small Members States in the European Union

Of all the divisions which cause disagreement between the member states of the enlarged European Union and make the work of those at the Convention even more difficult, the division which pits "small" against "big" member states was not the most ...

22/08/2006 Tribune - Paul Magnette and Kalypso Nicolaidis

The Question of European Governement

Following on from the study on the European Council by Philippe de Schoutheete and Helen Wallace1, Jean-Louis Quermonne now turns to "the question of a European government". As the framework of the future constitutional treaty has just been made ...

22/08/2006 Studies and reports - Jean-Louis Quermonne

German Federalism and European Integration

German democracy has rested on an original federal structure, its evolution over time shed light on the particular approach to the European Union of its most populated and economically powerful Member State.

22/08/2006 Studies and reports - Jutta Hergenhan and Jacques Delors

Berlin, 3 - 4 February 1999 - The Franco-German motor facing Agenda 2000

Seminar organised by Notre Europe and Bertelsmann Scientific Foundation in Berlin 3-4 February 1999.No pdf version in english

22/08/2006 Seminar - Notre Europe and Jacques Delors

The Franco-German motor facing Agenda 2000

Seminar organised by Notre Europe and Bertelsmann Scientific Foundation in Berlin 3-4 February 1999.No pdf version in english

22/08/2006 Synthesis - Notre Europe and Jacques Delors
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