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Art. 06 – Vol.23 – No. 4 – 2013

The European Union form a Libertarian Point of View

Monica Anghel

monica.anghel@ici.ro

Carmen Elena Cîrnu

carmen.cirnu@ici.ro

Andrei Neagoe

andrei.neagoe@ici.ro

National Institute for Research and Development in Informatics

Abstract: In the context of the emergence of a new decade of the XXIst century, a further geographical enlargement of the EU and changes within political paradigmsand the world balance of power, it was considered by the authors imperative, a brief foray into European public law. Thus, the article below is debating the possible existence of a European Union viewed from the perspective of the utopian libertarian school of thought.

Keywords: European Union, libertarianism, schools of thought, freedom, European law, economics

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