The aim of this paper is to present some remarks on the problems of the European Union as a system of 27 member states. It may be useful to deal with these problems on the grounds of a simple scheme based on the systems theory. This scheme requires to analyse the system of the European Union in association with its natural and artificial environment. European Union is in fact a multifunctional tool for several particular centres of power. It would be difficult to describe the European Union as ‘controllable’. One must not forget that there is some opposition with regard to the European Union. Numerous problems are generated within the member states. It seems to be reasonable to expect that the structure of the European Commission should be compatible with the real problems of the European Union and its member states. These matters require further research.
|Data udostępnienia||31 sie 2023, 14:09:40|
|Data mod.||31 sie 2023, 14:09:40|