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Department
Political Science
Course
POL101Y1
Professor
Jeffrey Kopstein
Semester
Winter

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THE END OF THE NATION-STATE? Beyond Nationalism: the Theory - Nationalism is a product of industrial society: recap - Does therefore, the passing of industrial society into post-industrial society mean that we are moving to a post-national era? - What would that mean? - Primary allegiances shift from nation-state to something above that - How would that actually transpire? Case Study: European Union - Historical circumstances: run up to war and WWII - How to ensure that Germany and France would never fight again? - Notions of European Federalism - European Coal and Steel Community: 1951 (France, Germany, Italy, Belgium, Netherlands, Luxembourg) - State Interests: German economic power and French political influence - Idea: unite economies and then you unite state interests From Coal and Steel to EU - Contradictions of only Coal and S
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