Law and Language in the European Union: The Paradox of a Babel "United in Diversity"

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The European Economic Community, founded in 1957, consisted of six Member States with a combined total of four official languages. By 2004, this organization had evolved into a European Union of twenty-five Member States with more than twenty official languages among them. This increase has presented numerous challenges to the EU's internal linguistic regime, where formal policy has been, with some notable exceptions, to treat all of these languages equally. Some of these languages English in particular have been more equal ...

Law and Language in the European Union: The Paradox of a Babel "United in Diversity" 2007, Europa Law Publishing

ISBN-13: 9789076871837

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Law and Language in the European Union: The Paradox of a Babel United in Diversity 2005, Europa Law Publishing, Groningen

ISBN-13: 9789076871431

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