6.6 Political Subsidiarity

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6.6.1      Individual Participation in Politics

6.6.1.1   Active Individuals in Politics
6.6.1.2   Casual Individual Influence in Politics
6.6.1.3   Multi-level Individual Participation in Politics

6.6.2      Local and Regional Government

6.6.3      Separatism: Tribalism, Regionalisation and Partition

6.6.3.1   Tribalism
6.6.3.2   Regionalisation
6.6.3.3   Partition

6.6.4      National Politicians

6.6.4.1   The Internal Role of National Politicians
6.6.4.2   The External Role of National Politicians and Nationalism

6.6.5      Multinational Political Groupings such as the EU

6.6.5.1   The Rationale for the EU
6.6.5.2   The Benefits of Collective Decision-Making in the EU
6.6.5.3   The Structure of the EU
6.6.5.4   Growing Hostility towards the EU
6.6.5.5   The Cost of the EU
6.6.5.6   Democratic Accountability in the EU
6.6.5.7   A ‘Multi-Speed’ EU

6.6.6      Global Political Institutions

6.6.6.1   The United Nations (UN)
6.6.6.2   Problems with the UN
6.6.6.3   Other Global Political Groupings – the G20 and the G8

6.6.7      Problems in Political Subsidiarity

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