WHICH STATE FOR WHICH SOVEREIGNTY ?

  • Pierre Vercauteren Faculté des Sciences Economiques, Sociales, Politiques et de Communications UCL-Mons
Palavras-chave: Multilevel sovereignty, state, European Union, United States

Resumo

This paper analyses the question of what sovereignty refers to in contemporary world. Starting from Robert Keohane’s article entitled “Ironies of Sovereignty: the European Union and the United States”, this paper investigates the evolutions and characteristics of sovereignty in the EU and the USA through the contribution of Norberto Bobio’s typology, and how sovereignty can be affected by the different conceptions on the State. This leads to evaluate the convergence between the European Union and the United States on the conception of sovereignty. Based on such comparison, this article raises the hypothesis of a “multilevel sovereignty” of States facing growing common pressures from the international systemRecebido em: 16 julho 2015Aceito em: 04 outubro 2015

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Biografia do Autor

Pierre Vercauteren, Faculté des Sciences Economiques, Sociales, Politiques et de Communications UCL-Mons
Professor at the Faculty of Economic, Social, Political and Communication Sciences at the Catholic University of Louvain, Belgium, and Secretary General of the international research network REGIMEN, Réseau d’Etude sur la Globalisation et la Gouvernance Internationale et les Mutations de l’Etat et des Nations

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01-12-2014
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Vercauteren, P. (2014). WHICH STATE FOR WHICH SOVEREIGNTY ?. Carta Internacional, 9(2), 125-136. Recuperado de https://www.cartainternacional.abri.org.br/Carta/article/view/218
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