Diez, Thomas and Whitman, Richard. (2001) "Analysing European integration, reflecting on the English school: Scenarios for an encounter". In: UNSPECIFIED, Madison, Wisconsin. (Unpublished)
The article asserts that there is considerable value in bringing concepts developed within the literature of the English School to the study of contemporary European integration. We argue that the core concepts of the English School: international system, international society and world society, allow us to grasp the specificity of the European system of governance within a general framework, and to contextualise European integration both historically and within the current international system. In the article we use English School concepts to illustrate how new insights can be yielded in the examination of both EU's system of governance and the international role of the EU.
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