The Idea of a European Superstate: Public Justification and European Integration

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Index
abortion, 44
accessibility requirement, 18, 25, 33, 36– 38, 41, 181n31
accountability, 38
Ackerman, Bruce, 24–25, 28, 178n5, 179n7
active citizenship, 103, 124. See also civic republicanism
Adler, Emmanuel, 192n35
Afghanistan, 138, 158
Africa, 138
Alesina, Alberto, 190n57
Al Qaeda, 158
Alstott, Anne, 179n7
Andersen, Gosta Esping, 178n7, 188n8, 190n53
anti-Americanism, 21
Archibugi, Daniele, 177n50
Arendt, Hannah, 123
Arnull, Anthony, 173n18
Art, Robert, 191n9
Ash, Timothy Garton, 174n31
assimilation, 53, 54
Atlantic Alliance, 20, 166, 167. See also NATO
Austin, John, 112
Austria, 6, 83
Baldwin, David, 191n5, 192n21
bare citizen, 34–36, 43, 62, 86–87, 103–4, 110
Basques, 119
Beer, Samuel, 196n25
Beetham, David, 177n57, 178n58
Beiner, Ronald, 184n16
Belgium, 68, 83, 190n50
Bell, David, 185n20
Bellamy, Richard, 125–26, 175n38, 176n50, 178n58, 179n15, 194n39
Benelux countries, 6
Benn, Stanley, 195n1
Bentham, Jeremy, 112
Berlin, Isaiah, 82
Bertram, Christopher, 36, 181n30
Black, Jeremy, 187n18
Blair, Tony, 9, 12, 147, 174n23, 175n33, 196n24
Bogdanor, Vernon, 187n15
Boltanski, Luc, 179n8
Booker, Christopher, 185n2
Bosnia, 130, 154
Britain, 1, 6, 8, 9–11, 21, 127, 82–83, 122, 134, 136–39, 148, 150; eurosceptics and, 1, 20, 58–64, 136, 154; parliamentary sovereignty and, 61–62, 148
Brittan, Leon, 173n20
Brittany, Bretons, 119
Brown, Chris, 187n20
Brubaker, Rogers, 184n16
Bulgaria, 6
Bull, Hedley 107, 129, 131, 150, 192n38, 193n39, 195n50
Burca, Grainne de, 173n18
Burgess, Michael, 182n34
Burke, Edmund, 26, 179n11, 186n5
Bush, George, W., 146
Butler, David, 187n15
Buzan, Barry, 191n21
Calhoun, Craig, 186n3
California, 15
Canada, 115, 122
Canavan, Margaret, 43, 185n19
Castiglioni, Dario, 175n38, 176n50, 178n58, 179n15
Catalonia, Catalans, 113, 119
Central America, 140
Chalmers, Damien, 177n50
China, 128, 144, 158
Christianity, 36
Cicero, 100

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