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Territoires et grandes politiques fondatrices de l’Union européenne

Abstract : As soon as the Rome Treaties (1957) are signed, what is then called the Common Market takes steps to justify this title. Three major founding policies are therefore rapidly implemented to ensure the free movement of goods, agricultural independence and territorial cohesion. At the same time, a budgetary policy is introduced for their financing. It is important both to un-derstand the salient aspects of these policies, but also their difficulties.
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Gérard-François Dumont, Pierre Verluise. Territoires et grandes politiques fondatrices de l’Union européenne. Géopolitique de l’Europe, Armand Colin/Sedes, pp.129-149, 2014, 978-2-301-00419-2. ⟨halshs-01986876⟩

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