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Europe: Space, Territory and Identity

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The process of Europeanization like the process of globalization requires a political, social, cultural alignment among nations, a source of an identity anxiety. Europe as a political project unquestionably challenges the nation state: supranational institutions impose norms and values on nation-states, and transnational organizations create a space for political participation that goes beyond national territories. Together they re-map a European “political community.” This chapter asks: What are the roles of supranational institutions in shaping such a political community? What are the implications of the emergence of a European public space on the understanding of the European citizenship? What political model for the European Union?
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hal-03398136 , version 1 (22-10-2021)

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Riva Kastoryano. Europe: Space, Territory and Identity. Janet Laible; Henry Barkey. European Responses to Globalization : Resistance, Adaptation and Alternatives, Elsevier B.V., pp.93 - 111, 2006. ⟨hal-03398136⟩
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