By Yves Meny, Pierre Muller, Jean-Louis Quermonne
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Nor, as we have suggested, does either embody a coherent 34 Community and national interests design. Their eventual impact upon the Euro-polity and its policies will depend on a series of supervening conditions and events, not least of which will be the growing politicization of EC/EU issues. Heretofore, the dominant strategy has presumed a relatively low level of visibility and controversiality and the gradual incorporation of specific, not to say specialized, categories of interest. European policy-making has had its periodic crises (and extricated itself from them with agonizing compromises and complex package deals), but they took place out of sight from mass publics.
267–85; Leon Lindberg and Stuart Scheingold, Europe’s Would-be Polity, pp. Haas, ‘The Study of Regional Integration: Reflections on the Joy and Anguish of Pretheorizing’, in Leon Lindberg and Stuart Scheingold (eds), Regional Integration: Theory and Research, Cambridge, Harvard University Press, 1971, p. 31. David Nitrany, A Working Peace System, London, Royal Institute of International Affairs, 1943, pp. 174–212. e. the idea that functional problems could best be tackled by a sub-set of states characterized by their (alleged) cultural homogeneity or physical propinquity.
1, for the stato/federatio form to predominate at the European level, both types of constituency should be coincident or 30 Community and national interests coterminous with each other. The territorial boundaries of their authority would be fixed for ever and would surround a physically continuous space. Membership would be irreversible—either because central authority would be deployed to prevent partial defections from specific norms or because outright secession would become too costly for the welfare of the citizens.