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Supranational Union and New Medievalism

Author(s): Lance Kennedy

In this detailed study, Lance Kennedy delves into the prospect of New Medievalism and its potential for adjusting power relationships between regions, nations and the EU, and whether this might allow for the rebirth of pre-Westphalian systems of European organization. As a case study, Kennedy explores the history of Scottish politics, Scotland’s complex relationship with the United Kingdom and the EU, and the rise of the Scottish National Party in order to determine the extent to which the New Medieval paradigm might express the future of supranational politics in Europe.

  • Lance Kennedy nous propose une approche renouvelée des problèmes européens et écossais. Supranational Union and New Medievialism, Forging a New Scottish State appelle à réfléchir sur un nouvel ordre européen tel qu’il fût en Europe pendant la période médiévale (avant l’instauration du système westphalien au XVIIe siècle). Une Europe cimentée par des valeurs communes.
    Rémy Valat, Metamag
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2 reviews for Supranational Union and New Medievalism

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    Davis Shoemaker

    Kennedy’s book is an excellent primer on Scotland’s independence movement. His detailed research enlightens the reader to the realities of the movement and its potential relationship with the EU.

  2. Rated 4 out of 5

    Scottish Academic

    A thourough review of Scotland’s politicians’ understandings of the relations between the EU and their country.

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