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The Nation-State: A Normative Approach
The nation-state: A normative approach

The issue to be raised now is whether the transformation of the nation-state ought to be supported or opposed. I take it for granted (a) that internationalization poses a challenge to the identity and independence of contemporary nation-states, even though the scope and nature of the challenge needs to be investigated, (b) that this is one of the main issues facing today's Europeans, (c) that the choice between supporting or opposing internationalization must be made by each of us on the basis of our own convictions, but (d) that it is useful nonetheless to work out a general framework for the consideration of ...

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