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[From the Introduction]. Since the beginning of the European Union a number of scientists and politicians discuss about what the EU in the practice really means. Is it an international regime or either a federal state? In the opinion of some of them the EU is a network of states involving the pooling of sovereignty. The European Union was founded on a series of intergovernmental bargains, bargains which have more recently included the Single European Act (1986), the Maastricht Treaty (1991) and the Amsterdam Treaty (1997). More than any other kind of international organisation, the political process of the EU can be described by the term supranationality.
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