Общеевропейское политическое пространство: от идеи к реальности

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DOI: 10.20542/0131-2227-2022-66-6-91-101
Б. Гуселетов, bguseletov@mail.ru
Институт Европы РАН, РФ, 125009 Москва, ул. Моховая, 11/3.
 

Статья поступила 15.01.2022. После доработки 15.03.2022. Принята к печати 06.04.2022.

Аннотация

В статье рассматриваются процессы становления и институционализации общеевропейского политического пространства как важного элемента политической системы Европейского союза. Представлены основные теоретические подходы к исследованию этой проблемы. Дан анализ процесса европеизации и его возможного влияния на формирование этого пространства. Показано отношение к этому процессу со стороны политической элиты ЕС, а также рядовых европейских граждан. Описаны основные принципы и элементы общеевропейского политического пространства, включающие общеевропейские институты, политические партии, средства массовой информации и др. Сделана попытка осмысления взаимодействия этих элементов и позиций конкретных европартий и их фракций в Европарламенте по вопросу будущего развития ЕС. Проанализированы роль и влияние медиа и культурной сферы на становление этого пространства.


Ключевые слова

Евросоюз, общеевропейское политическое пространство, Европарламент, европартии, европеизация, идентичность


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Гуселетов Б. Общеевропейское политическое пространство: от идеи к реальности. Мировая экономика и международные отношения, 2022, т. 66, № 6, сс. 91-101. https://doi.org/10.20542/0131-2227-2022-66-6-91-101



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