StatusThe thesis was presented on the 30 June, 2009
Approved by NCAA on the 5 November, 2009
Abstract– 0.32 Mb / in romanian
European Integration is a multidimensional and dynamic phenomenon, which has transforming European Union in to an active geopolitical actor. Studying from the beginning through the historical and international relations theory approaches, nowadays European integration become a central area of study of the political science, in this way, was created a European political science.
In this study, we try to realize a political science analyze of European integration, studying this process in whole its complexity, using broadly the international relation theory and interdisciplinary studies like political theory, institutional studies, geopolitics and political philosophy. We are referring to such area of the European integration phenomenon as: political system, legislative frame, European identity, communitarian politics, especially the external one, an important role is conferred to process of enlarging to the East. It was examined the successes and deficits of the integration process, identifying the most important defaults.
Another aspect of this study was concern on the relations between two actors: European Union and Republic of Moldova. In this context, were determined the two positions: the EU versus our country and the opinion of the government of the Republic of Moldova of the integration process. A reason of the study was to describe this evolutional process in analyzing minutiae.
Any state which has a goal to adhere to the Community must to realize some conditions. We
have realized that each of the parts promoted an active policy to make an attractive external image of the country. This factor constituted the three chapter reason, we have determine what is the real image of our country, what are the efforts applying and the principals defaults.