The Rise of Euro-unionism
After the initial period of reconstruction and consolidation following the end of the war and the early days of the Cold War, the nations of Europe began to concern themselves with the problems raised by the necessity of adjusting to a political system vastly different from that which preceded it. The initial set of problems, those which arose from the process of decolonisation, were largely internal problems although with international implications. The second problem, that of coming to grips with the realities of power in what was increasingly a bipolar world, was more intractable.
KeywordsTrade Union Collective Bargaining Communist Party National Centre Supervisory Board
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