The second source of papal strength, according to Johnson, is its internationalism or, at least in aspiration, supranationalism
Transnationalism or supranationalism
is no easy sell and the dicta of national pragmatism still overrule them.
These last contributions may seem only faintly related to the main themes of the book - unless to hammer another nail into the coffin of Marxist supranationalism
For Britain, the real issues are not national sovereignty versus supranationalism
, but the choice between a liberal, market oriented path to integration and a planned, centralised one.
Topics studied include borders as tourist attractions and destinations in their own right, as barriers to travel and the growth of tourism, boundaries as links of transit and the growth of supranationalism
Observing the past six decades of European integration, one could contend that it has essentially been a convoluted process involving a search for the proper balance along the traditional dichotomy between supranationalism
was strengthened by the powers of the European Parliament and the Court of Justice.
The real problem is in the manner in which supranationalism
is representative for the European Union
traditional inter-governmentalism, but stays below supranationalism
The great doctrinal dispute was, and is, between supranationalism
Hari Singh's excellent chapter on Malaysia in Robertson and East suggests that "a continuing concern with high politics, supplemented by limited decentralization and supranationalism
, reinforces the realist tradition in Malaysian foreign policy.
It helps explain the EU passion for international treaties, supranationalism
, and global governance.