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Full-text paper (pdf): european integration in the euro crisis: the limits of post-functionalism. Intergovernmentalism is distinguishable from realism and neorealism because of its recognition of the significance of institutionalisation in european integration. The failure of intergovernmentalism in tackling the eu crisis, intergovernmentalism, for almost sixty years european integration had been considered a great.
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