Successor States and Cooperation Theory: A Model for Eastern Europe (Greenwood Professional Guides i


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Editorial Reviews. About the Author. GEORGE MACESICH is Professor of Economics and Buy Successor States and Cooperation Theory: A Model for Eastern Europe (Greenwood Professional Guides in): Read Books Reviews - bolstergroup.com Buy Successor States and Cooperation Theory: A Model for Eastern Europe ( Greenwood Professional Guides in) First Printing by George Macesich (ISBN.

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On the other hand, it is not convincing to argue that, without the prospect of EU membership, the CEE countries would become politically and economically unstable, threatening Western European security and welfare with illegal migration and organized crime. Each polity has institutionalized a standard of political legitimacy which is based on the constitutive values, norms, and ideological beliefs of the political community. Finally, the ratings for the invited countries match the ratings for current EU members. Enlargement would be necessary if the EU was not capable of balancing, by autonomous efforts, the superiority or threat of competing economic powers. Rhetorical action fits in with a regulative perspective on institutions which is consistent with the assumption of rational actors. If a member state possesses high influence on a CEE state, for instance due to economic dependency, it can expect the CEE state to strenghten its position in EU coalition-building and decision-making once this state is admitted.