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The European Union and national sovereignty

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  1. Introduction
  2. The lack of recognition European Union
  3. The book Questioning sovereignty by Neil MacCormick
  4. The milestones of European integration: The case Costa v. ENEL
  5. Conclusion: Neil MacCormick's assertion that EU member states are no longer sovereign states

The birth of the modern sovereign state is usually associated with the 1648 Treaty of Westphalia, after which modern nation-states began to constitute in Europe. Today, some scholars argue that state sovereignty has been challenged by trends such as globalization and European integration not least. In his book, Questioning sovereignty, Neil MacCormick says that the European Union has witnessed a move beyond the sovereign state, and a dilution of sovereignty between member states, European institutions and sub-national actors.

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