By Dennis Kennedy
Regionalism in the eu Union has turn into an enormous factor. This booklet seems to be at it from the opposite finish of the telescope, taking the event of 1 zone, Northern eire, and analyzing the impression european club has had on its economic system and society, in addition to by itself acute political difficulties. participants take care of the economic system, agriculture, the surroundings, and different sectors in addition to contemplating the broader problems with the improvement of regionalism in Western Europe.
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27 In the immediate post-war period, any direct contact between territorial units of neighbouring states was bound to be suspect, given the legacy of minority conflicts in the inter-war years. Whatever progress was being made with respect to customs barriers and the like, the physical divisions between states remained largely untouched. If anything, the process of European integration was also a way of restoring the territorial integrity of member states. There continued to be ethnic minorities seeking closer ties with another state – prime examples included the Irish nationalist minority in Northern Ireland and the German-speaking community in South Tyrol – but, as mentioned above, these had little currency with national governments, and concerned the European project even less.
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