Crisis Normality in the European Union Structure
During the European Union development there have been some actions marked by failure, situations in which the achievement of objectives was not possible due to the difficulties related to their actual implementation, and because of the backdrop or disapproval of some members. Also, several crisis periods and moments of impasse followed. The correlation between the terms of crisis, failure, impasse and compromise is determined by the common element - the European Union. Each of them has been and will be further mentioned, as long as this mechanism of creating a new legal order is in an ongoing process of evolution, transformation and development. However, the registered crisis periods must be analyzed for a specific point of view, in accordance to the Union features.
Volume (Year): XI (2011)
Issue (Month): 2 (May)
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