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su·pra·na·tion·al

 (so͞o′prə-năsh′ə-nəl, -năsh′nəl)
adj.
Extending beyond or transcending established borders or spheres of influence held by separate nations: a supernational organization.

supranational

(ˌsuːprəˈnæʃnəl; ˌsjuː-)
adj
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) beyond the authority or jurisdiction of one national government: the supranational institutions of the EU.
ˌsupraˈnationalism n
ˌsupraˈnationally adv

su•pra•na•tion•al

(ˌsu prəˈnæʃ ə nl)

adj.
above the authority or scope of one national government, as a project or policy.
[1905–10]
su`pra•na′tion•al•ism, n.
su`pra•na`tion•al′i•ty, n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.supranational - transcending established national boundaries or spheres of interest; "a supranational economy"; "supranational federations"
international - concerning or belonging to all or at least two or more nations; "international affairs"; "an international agreement"; "international waters"
Translations
초국가적

supranational

[ˈsuːprəˈnæʃənl] ADJsupranacional

supranational

supra-national [ˌsuːprəˈnæʃənəl] adj [institution, structure, organization, authority] → supranational(e)

supranational

[ˌsuːprəˈnæʃənl] adjsopranazionale
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Carson published an essential research about supranationality and Monnet in 2003.
The main difference between the Andean Community (AC) and other Latin American integration projects lies in the fact that, inspired by European integration, a principle of supranationality was inserted from the start (Dri 2009).
Thus it is our contention that the concept of Bildung would benefit from retaining its restless and critical character, with its goad pricking the market and supranationality.
In their jurisprudence, Mercosur tribunals have emphasized the organization's intergovernmental character and distinguished it from the EU's supranationality.
Despite the efforts of both Robert Schuman and Jean Monnet to introduce and develop the notion of supranationality in 1952 with the European Coal and Steel Community (ECSC), in practice, intergovernmentalism has been predominant.
The interests of the member states represented in the Council of Ministers are "aggregated under conditions frequently owing more to supranationality than to intergovernmentalism" (33).
In fact, Mercosur is seen by most diplomats within Itamaraty as a successful commercial organization that should include neither too many political mechanisms nor a road towards supranationality.
In his paper "Sequencing and Depth of Regional Economic Integration: Lessons for the Americas from Europe," Richard Baldwin argues that "the world has relatively little to learn from the European Union as far as the deepening of economic integration is concerned" and that "the EU's supranationality is the key to its deepening and this degree of supranationality would be unacceptable to most nations in today's world.
Any deviations from the norm of intergovernmental consensus by means of supranationality informed by regional and global practices, such as the SADC Tribunal, virtually exist at the pleasure of individual state consent (see below).