Europe’s Structural Idol: An American Federalist Republic?
Joseph M. Parent compares Europe's hesitant steps toward unity with the successful unification of the United States. He finds that the reigning explanations of political integration are significantly limited, and urges policymakers and scholars interested in the European Union to consider an overlooked realist argument.
Democratic Peace: A Political Biography, Piki Ish-Shalom Reviewed by Joseph M. Parent
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