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Brno : Masarykova univerzita, 2008
205 s. ; 24 cm

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ISBN 978-80-210-4498-2 (brož.)
Outlines on the European ideas, federalism and constitutionalism = Skizzen zu europäischen Ideen, Föderalismus und Konstitutionalismus, ISSN 1803-0416 ; vol. 2
V prelimináriích: Brno Centre for European Studies, Výzkumné středisko pro dějiny střední Evropy: prameny, země, kultura
V tiráži vročení 2007
Obsahuje bibliografie, bibliografické odkazy a rejstřík
Souběžný německý obsah
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Foreword (Vladimír Goněc) Tomáš Bosák: On the British European Discourse and its manifestations in 1900-1929. A contribution to the analysis of the Britain-Continent relation-12 On Britain, the Continent and the wasted opportunities at the very beginning of -- the 20th century -- The turn of the century and how the British were confronted with a new European -- reality -- Salisbury, Lansdowne, Grey: Limiting the imperial liabilities and the emergence of -- first long-term alliances with Continent -- British nationalist "Realpolitik" and the Europageist in the era of paradoxes -- Britain and the Continent in the post-war Era: A British-European scepticism and -- retrocession to the nations -- Britain and the Continent: The post-war disillusionment versus federalist hopes -- A heritage of Wilsonian idealism and British considerations of Europe within its -- framework -- MacDonald’s and Baldwin’s Britain and her relation to the European continent -- The problems of the Britain-Continent relation in the recessional period of the end of -- the 1920s -- Vladimír Goněc: Milan Hodža before Milan Hodža. His early schemes -- and concepts on Europe -- Introduction -- Hodža’s "new Central Europe" -- At the outset of Paneuropa-Union -- Central European Institutes -- "Hodža Plan" -- The innovation of geographical concept of Central Europe -- Few Comments on the "Federation in Central Europe" essay -- Hodža after the "Federation of Central Europe" -- Hodža’s successors -- Hodža’s
successors in the new post-1948 exile -- José M. Faraldo: Europeanism and Communism. Polish Views after -- the Conference of Szklarska Poreba -- Polish Discussions -- Discussions on Europe in Stalinism -- Vladimír Goněc: First Programmes of Council of Free Czechoslovakia -- on European Politics (1951-1953) -- Václav Semrád: The Czechoslovak Way to Europe, Imaginings and -- Reality -- Introduction -- The heritage of the past -- On the way to Europe -- Social security and the two-thirds society -- Conclusion -- Jiří Urbánek: From optimism to sceptic realism. Poland on the way to Europe 1991-1998 -- 1. Introduction -- 2. The changes after the breakage of Soviet bloc and the legal anchorage of relations between Poland and EC/EU till 1992 -- 2.1. The orientation of Polish foreign policy to the West -- 2.2. The development of political-economical relations between Poland and EC and the negotiations on association -- 2.3. The content of the European Agreement, its ratification and primary projects of the process of approximation -- 2.4. The significance of the attitudes of the polish society at the beginning of the integration process -- 3. Regress and failure of the polish optimistic expectation of the quickly gained membership in the EU in 1992-1995 -- 3.1. The importance of the summits of the European Council in Lisbon, Edinburgh and Copenhagen and concretisation of the Polish programmes of approximation -- 3.2. The Polish request for the membership and the pre-accession strategy
-- 3.3. The White book and its importance for further relations between Poland and the EU — -- 3.4. The change of the attitudes in Polish society and the influence of Church and Polish intellectuals -- 4. The period of facing up the shock from the White Book and the entry of slightly more realistic perception of the possibilities of Poland in process of approximation after 1995 -- 4.1. Expansion of the Copenhagen Criteria and uplift of mood after the White Book: the Madrid summit and preparation of "avis" -- 4.2. The intergovernmental conference and the Amsterdam Treaty: failure of the attempt to the institutional reform -- 4.3. The activities of Polish governments in the process of approximation -- 4.4. The first evaluation of Poland as a candidate country and preparation of the negotiation process -- 4.5. The pluralism of attitudes of the Polish public toward the topic of accession into the European Union in the second half of the 90s -- 5. Conclusion -- Name index
(OCoLC)244814963
cnb001808116

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