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|Other Titles: ||A study on the attachment-separation relationship between the United Kingdom and European Union|
|Authors: ||林書萱;Lin, Shu-Hsuan|
|Keywords: ||英國;歐洲聯盟;離合關係;The United Kingdom;European Union;Attachment-Separation relationship;European integration|
|Issue Date: ||2016-01-22 14:43:48 (UTC+8)|
Whether Britain should remain in the European Union(EU), is a continuously hot topic in the United Kingdom(UK). The UK and EU are highly economically interdependent, while in the same time the UK requires to remain its relative independence in decision making. This study is focus on the role played by this uncertainty in the Attachment- Separation relationship between the UK and EU. The study shows, considering the cultural, economic, political and other factors, The UK finally joined EC in 1973 after three times of applications. However, the UK holds the principle of economic integration, only participates in the policies in its national interest, and not cooperates with most of the political integration policies, which threaten its national sovereignty. With Social Charter and Schengen Agreement as examples, obstruct the progress of European integration. Since the economic crisis and uncertainties of EU, the UK started growing mistrust towards EU, while attached to it at the same time, considering the economic of EU grows rapidly after the UK''s participation, and EU accounted for half of the UK''s imports and exports economic capacity. The British political parties hold a variety of attitudes and opinions towards EU, cause the stalemate between the UK and EU. Therefore, this study used literature analysis and historical research method to explore the Attachment- Separation relationship between the UK and EU, separated the bilateral relationship into Attachment and Separation two parts, explored the reasons, goals and process of the UK joined EU, found out the resistance after the participation of UK and the real benefits between the UK and EU, and the prospects of the future relationship between the UK and EU.
|Appears in Collections:||[歐洲研究所] 學位論文|
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