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by Alan Milward
Author: Alan Milward
Publisher: Routledge; 2 edition (February 2, 2000)
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No European rescue of the nation-state was of any validity, unless it also offered a solution to this problem. Alan Steele Milward, FBA was a British economic historian.
No European rescue of the nation-state was of any validity, unless it also offered a solution to this problem. Although therefore the European rescue of the nation-state was necessarily an economic one, it is at the point where that economic rescue intersected with the problem of Germany’s future in Europe that the common policies of the European Community developed. One of the most influential historians of the second half of the twentieth century, Milward's work was well known in Britain, across Europe and beyond. Books by Alan S. Milward.
Alan S. Milward is Professor of Contemporary History at the European University Institute, Florence and official historian and Emeritus Professor at the London School of Economics.
In his book The European Rescue of the Nation State (1992), he also challenged the eurosceptic doctrine that the European Union would involve an integration of nation-states that would undermine sovereignty and lead to . .
In his book The European Rescue of the Nation State (1992), he also challenged the eurosceptic doctrine that the European Union would involve an integration of nation-states that would undermine sovereignty and lead to a federalist superstate. He influenced many historians and political scientists, not least Andrew Moravcsik's Choice for Europe. War, Economy and Society, 1939-1945 (1977, republished 1987; originally published as Krieg, Wirtschaft und Gesellschaft, Munich, 1976). The Reconstruction of Western Europe, 1945-51 (1984; republished 1987). The European Rescue of the Nation-State (1992). Milward is Professor of Contemporary History at the European University Institute, Florence and official . Furthermore, & new political consensus on which this rescue was built required the process of integration, the surrender of limited areas of national sovereignty to the supranation. That the state by an act of national will might pursue integration as one way of formalizing, regulating and perhaps limiting the consequences of interdependence. Coal and Belgian nation.
By Alan S. Milward with the. assistance of George Brennan and Federico Romero. Berkeley and Los Angeles: University of California Press, 1992. Pp. xvi + 477. S4. 0. For the second time in a decade, Alan Milward has taken aim at contemporary misconceptions about postwar European integration. Britain, concemed with finance rather than industry and agriculture, stayed out.
On one level it is an original analysis of the forces which brought the EC together, on another it is an explanation based on historical analysis of the future relationship between nation-state and the European Union. Bibliographic information. The European Rescue of the Nation State.
This sequel to The Reconstruction of Western Europe, 1945-51 gives the first detailed history of the early years of the European Community. On one level it is an original analysis of the forces which brought the EC together and of why Britain at first did not want to join, on another it is an explanation based on historical analysis of the future relationship between nation-state and Community. Milward argues that the evolution of the Community has been an integral part of the reassertion of the nation-state as an organizational unity.
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