Murphy, Alexander B. (1995) "The Changing Spatial Context for Daily Life in the European Union". In: UNSPECIFIED, Charleston, South Carolina. (Unpublished)
[From the Introduction] This paper takes a different approach, focusing on the character of underlying arrangements and their implications for the EU. An examination of the changing geography of economic, demographic, and cultural arrangements in Europea reveals both a significant interpenetration of interest across international boundaries and a widening scope of authority for governments and institutions operating at the substate regional level. These aspects of the contemporary European scene render unlikely a disintegration of the EU. At the same time, they do not necessarily portend the construction of a superstate in Europe. Instead, they challenge the traditional order by opening up new possibilities for the political and social organization of the continent.
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