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THE IMPORTANCE OF THE BRIAND PROJECT FOR THE POSTWAR EUROPEAN CONSTRUCTION
THE IMPORTANCE OF THE BRIAND PROJECT FOR THE POSTWAR EUROPEAN CONSTRUCTION

Author(s): Dorin-Mircea Dobra
Subject(s): Cultural history
Published by: Studia Universitatis Babes-Bolyai
Keywords: prehistory of European construction; interwar period; Briand Project; European Union; French-German agreement; continental historic unity.

Summary/Abstract: Contemporary European Construction relies on a prehistory during which a series of important moments occurred naturally, ranging from projects aiming to achieve unification by force, to those focusing on political or economic unions, with the ultimate goal of continental peace. Due to the objectives and instruments envisaged, the Briand Project has been the most complex step in the recent prehistory of the European Union so far. Given the solutions proposed, the project of the French Foreign Minister anticipates the postwar solutions leading to the creation of the European Communities. From this point of view, the Briand Project is a necessary and useful step assumed by European postwar elites, on the way to the massive contemporary project of the European Union.

  • Issue Year: 56/2011
  • Issue No: 4
  • Page Range: 57-70
  • Page Count: 14
  • Language: English