The European Union is a grand project in supranational governance. As the Union continues to enlarge, however, it faces new challenges and new questions. In this thesis, I use Slovakia as a case study to examine the impact of EU integration and the relationship between the EU’s political goals and the political culture of states themselves. I will argue that there is often a complex and contradictory relationship between these two conceptions, and that this has long-term implications for the processes of continued European integration, supranational governance, and Europeanization which are central to the future of the European Union.
Metzger, Megan M., "Slovakia and the European Union: Complexities and Contradictions" (2007). International Studies Honors Projects. 1.
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