|The concept of citizenship ||10|
|Marshall's account of citizenship in the modern Europe ||11|
|Origins of European citizenship ||12|
|Union citizenship in the Maastricht Treaty ||15|
|Limitations of Union citizenship ||17|
|The Amsterdam amendments on Union citizenship ||19|
|The Charter of Fundamental Rights ||21|
|3The nation-state in Europe||23|
|Nations, states, and nation-states ||24|
|The development of the idea of the nation-state ||25|
|The rise and transformation of the nation-state: 1700s to 1945 ||26|
|Conclusion: where next for the nation-state? ||39|
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Book title: Changing Europe: Identities, Nations and Citizens.
Contributors: David Dunkerley - Author, Lesley Hodgson - Author, Stanisław Konopacki - Author, Tony Spybey - Author, Andrew Thompson - Author.
Place of publication: London.
Publication year: 2002.
Page number: vii.
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