By C. Schweiger
Britain, Germany and the way forward for the eu Union outlines the adjustments in British and German eu regulations which were attribute of a means of normalization in either nations. Schweiger examines attainable parts for cooperation among Britain and Germany on significant eu matters (institutional and procedural reform, EMU, fiscal reform, CFSP and growth) and the capability importance that this type of operating partnership may have in the enlarged ecu Union.
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It will therefore be in Britain’s own interest to develop a healthy balance between close ties with the United States and an unequivocal engagement in Europe. Still an ‘awkward partner’ under New Labour? The various illustrated reasons for Britain’s traditional sense of separateness from the European continent and its lack of enthusiasm for the development of an integrated European framework still determine British attitudes toward Europe today. The majority of the British public remains sceptical about the benefits of British engagement in Europe, which is clearly illustrated in the continuing debate about the benefits of British EU membership and possible accession to the eurozone.
26 The idea behind this was that membership of the EEC was supposed to compensate for the loss of influence within the Commonwealth and to strengthen Britain’s economic performance. At the same time, the political and economic links with the former Empire should be maintained. British leaders assumed that the global importance of their country could be maintained if they maintained a foot in each of the three circles of foreign policy interest. Clinging to its rather imperialist world power attitude did certainly not help Britain to integrate into the framework of the EEC.
20 The British state has up to now managed to function smoothly without the need for a written constitution, which determines the division of powers within the 30 Britian, Germany and the Future of the European Union state in one single document. Based on the principles of parliamentary sovereignty and the rule of law, the British state does have some written constitutional arrangements, but they are not combined into a single document, like for example in Germany’s basic law. Because legislation passed by parliament binds any other body of the British state, all acts of parliament are de facto constitutional law and are consequently part of the British constitution (Norton, 1998, p.
Britain, Germany and the Future of the European Union (New Perspectives in German Studies) by C. Schweiger