In this paper the concept of liberal intergovernmentalism is explored. This theoretical concept is examined and applied to my research question of how elites in Central Europe and engaging with the Common European Asylum System. There are many advantages of the application of liberal intergovernmentalism; however, there are also gaps. This paper concludes that liberal intergovernmentalism is a good concept to begin my theoretical framing, but due to its limits I anticipate that I will combine some of the main tenets into a theoretical framework.
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