Expectations of rewards entertained by crucial national elites must be regionally complementary. Second, a parliamentary and quasi-legislative factor is introduced through the debates and resolutions of transnational political parties active in the European parliament.
In addition, several common and centrally determined plans arose as an unintended consequence of institutional and programmatic patterns in the fields of defense and economic welfare.
Hence, organizations grouping states of widely differing power and economic potential rarely provide an ideal setting for the continuation of integration. In that event the chain of events associated with the spill-over concept would come to a halt. Every decision is a compromise between politicians, industrialists, farmers, trade unionists, and bureaucrats.
Economic unification among southeast Asian countries, following the same argument as Latin America, has been delayed by territorial disputes. Only a sudden realization of common danger is likely to break through this minimalism and then trigger a supranational integration process. Other areas Efforts at regional integration in Asia have been superficial and sporadic.
The extent to which the actors perceive the probable results of their demands on the over-all system is a crucial component of the concept.
Commitment to one set of joint measures leads inexorably to later commitments for additional joint measures in order to carry out the first set.
In particular they rely on the tendency of international organizations to expand along functional lines, with the help of functional legal ideas responding to new perceptions of need by the actors. The same is true of joint antisubversion policies and the protection of human rights.
Historically, such authority has most commonly been imposed by military force—by a conquering group upon the vanquished. The future of political unification, therefore, is closely connected with the pattern of Atlantic integration.
The most dramatic illustration of the community building process is the functional and geographic expansion of the scope of western European economic integration.
But, in addition, the larger field of legislative action opens up opportunities for the realization of party programs heretofore stymied in the immobilisme of tightly partitioned national economies.
Middle East Efforts to forge all-Arab unity on the basis of the purely intergovernmental Arab League failed because of the irreconcilable aims of the nationally based revolutionary and the traditional elites.
The ideal task for maximizing the spill-over tendency must be closely related to welfare, highly specific in terms of initial requirements, and yet broad enough so that the initial requirements cannot be achieved without the grant of new powers.
They have agreed on joint action only in the face of obvious common military danger from one of their own number. A commitment to the realization of agreedupon economic goals permits of no indefinite sabotaging of collective decisions.
Decisions are made by instructed national delegates, usually on the basis of unanimity, aided by a central secretariat with minimal powers and many commissions of technical experts, recruited nationally and regionally.
This theme will now be illustrated. North Atlantic area Military integration and foreign policy coordination in NATO evolved gradually in response to military weakness during the Korean crisis ; such integration had not been intended by the chief architects of NATO in Members of closed elites are unlikely to possess this kind of adaptive ability.
Regional efforts at integration may proceed along a directly political front by seeking to work out joint foreign policies for the associated states OAS, Council of EuropeArab Leaguecertain African groupings.
Regional organizations range from the minimal traditional intergovernmental conference to the extreme of a federation with limited purposes.
The most dramatic illustration of the community building process is the functional and geographic expansion of the scope of western European economic integration. Demands and expectations for further centralized spheres of activity develop from perceptions of inadequate performance on the part of existing institutions.An end-to-end information technology solutions & services company.
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international integration The process by which supranational institutions come to replace national ones; the gradual shifting upward of some sovereignty from the state to regional or global structures.
International IntegrationI. REGIONAL INTEGRATIONErnst B. HaasBIBLIOGRAPHYII. GLOBAL INTEGRATIONWolfram F. HanreiderBIBLIOGRAPHYIII.
FUNCTIONALISM AND FUNCTIONAL INTEGRATIONP. G. BockBIBLIOGRAPHYIV. ECONOMIC UNIONSRichard G. LipseyBIBLIOGRAPHY Source for information on International Integration: International Encyclopedia of the Social. International integration is a financial concept in which countries have an ever greater number of financial transactions, investments and interests outside their borders.
Through financial integration, nations become increasingly financially interdependent.Download