The Treaty of Rome: Three Pictures

Ian Manners

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Resumé

In 2007 the European Union (EU) celebrated the 50th anniversary of
the Treaty of Rome establishing the European Economic Community.
Fifty years after the signing ceremony on the 25th March
1957 at the Palazzo dei Conservatori on Capitoline Hill, Rome, it is
rather difficult to say anything new or certain about the contemporary
EU. There are, however, three ‘big pictures’ of the EU which can
just be seen with sufficient critical distance if one takes a step backwards.
These three pictures are only now coming into focus half a
century after the signing of the Treaty of Rome and represent images
of the ‘raison d’être’, ‘hybrid polity’, and ‘normative balance’ of the
EU.
OriginalsprogEngelsk
TitelDIIS Annual Report 2007
Antal sider4
Udgivelses stedCopenhagen
ForlagInstitut for Internationale Studier / Dansk Center for Internationale Studier og Menneskerettigheder
Publikationsdato2007
Sider12-15
StatusUdgivet - 2007
Udgivet eksterntJa

Citer dette

Manners, I. (2007). The Treaty of Rome: Three Pictures. I DIIS Annual Report 2007 (s. 12-15). Copenhagen: Institut for Internationale Studier / Dansk Center for Internationale Studier og Menneskerettigheder.
Manners, Ian. / The Treaty of Rome: Three Pictures. DIIS Annual Report 2007. Copenhagen : Institut for Internationale Studier / Dansk Center for Internationale Studier og Menneskerettigheder, 2007. s. 12-15
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