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Referenda on the Treaty of the Constitution for Europe in Selected EU Countries: Study 1.158
Kusák, Martin ; Konderlová, Radka
Referenda o Smlouvě o Ústavě pro Evropu ve Španělsku a Portugalsku, argumenty pro a proti, referendální kampaně
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Nórsko a integrácia do EÚ - vnútroštátne a medzinárodné aspekty
Šťastný, Tomáš ; Kučerová, Irah (advisor) ; Karlas, Jan (referee)
This thesis is based on the historical base, a deep look at the Norwegian referendum results and public opinion development. We concentrated on three research questions and on three related hypotheses studying Norway history, Norwegian politics and the possibilities of Norwegian integration to the European Union. We studied intrastate and also international aspects of this integration process. The Nordic cooperation is very important for this research. This Nordic cooperation provided a platform for alternative economic cooperation and this cooperation is also a special first stage on the way to the EU. We fulfilled the thesis goals, we answered the research questions and we verified all three hypotheses. In conclusion, we think that Norwegian admission to the EU is unreal nowadays because there are non-sufficient economic and non- economic reasons and stimuli for that. Norwegian political parties are not interested in this topic because this topic is very risky. Moreover, Norwegian public opinion is against the full membership in the EU.
Current Switzerland-EU relationship, reasons for non-accession
Bautina, Olga ; Dubský, Zbyněk (advisor) ; Havlová, Radka (referee)
Switzerland, a country in the heart of Europe, has been already sixty years keeping away from the complete European integration. So far this European country par excellence has not entered into the European Union and in the near future will not consider the full membership in this organization. This thesis tries to perform a complex analysis of Switzerland-EU relations, from both historical and contemporary perspectives. It deals with the possible scenarios of the Switzerland's European policy development in the near future and regards the possibility of EU membership as currently unacceptable. In this context, the author examines the reasons of the country's non-accession to the EU, starting with most obvious ones (political, economic) and ending with the least palpable ones, which are, nevertheless, the most entrenched in the minds of Swiss citizens (socio-psychological reasons).

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