Forces and Potential for a European Identity

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Walter de Gruyter, Jan 1, 1986 - Law - 435 pages
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Contents

Towards a European Foreign Policy? The European Foreign Affairs System from the Perspective of the United States Constitution
3
II The Formal Allocation of Powers in the United States and in the European Community
9
III The Reality of Foreign Affairs Powers
23
IV Concluding Observations
78
Part II The Social and Economic Dimension
83
A Study of Law Community and Citizenship in the Welfare State
85
I Introduction
86
Safeguard for the Welfare State
90
II The United States
168
III The European Economic Community
197
IV Comparative Evaluation
217
Part III The Moral and Cultural Dimension
229
The Protection of Fundamental Human Rights as a Vehicle of Integration
231
II Freedom of Expression Transnational and State Interactions in the American Experience by Martin Shapiro
249
The American Experience in Criminal Procedure by Stephen Schulhofer
278
IV Fundamental Human Rights as a Vehicle of Legal Integration in Europe by Jochen Abr Frowein
300

The Idea of a Community Welfare State
97
The Tendencies Toward Failure of the Ideal System of Migrant Workers
115
The Failure of the System of Making More Rights Available While Preserving the Status of Migrants
137
Migrant Workers Community Workers and Welfare States
147
The American and European Experience
165
V Conclusion
341
European Hopes and American Experience by Lawrence Friedman and Gunther Teubner
345
Cumulative Index of Volume I
381
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