Transparency at the Expense of Equality and Integrity: Present and Future Directions of Lobby Regulation in the European Parliament

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Table of Contents: I. Introduction. – II. The European Parliament: a lobbying target sui generis? – II.1. Specificities of lobbying in the EU. – II.2. Specificities of lobbying in the European Parliament. – III. The place of EP lobbying in EU primary law and EU parliamentary law. – III.1. The TEU and the TFEU. – III.2. The Charter of...

The European Commission Between Institutional Unity and Functional Diversification: The Case of Economic Governance

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Table of Contents: I. Introduction. – II. The one and the many European Commission(s): institutional coherence and functional fragmentation. – III. Economic governance: a new double-edged function. – III.1. The Commission in the post-crisis reform: a patchwork of functions. – III.2. The super-Olli Procedure: an EMU super Commissioner? – III.3. The...

A New Legal Framework for EU-UK Relations: Some Reflections from the Perspective of EU External Relations Law

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Table of Contents: I. Introduction. – II. A complex legal structure including a Trade and Cooperation Agreement and supplementing agreements. – III. Legal basis: a pragmatic use of the Treaty provision on association (art. 217 TFEU). – IV. The option of an EU-only agreement and its consequences. – V. Provisional application and the role of the...

Misjudging the History at the ICTY: Transitional and Post-Transitional Narratives About Genocide in Bosnia and Herzegovina

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Table of Contents: I. Introduction. – I.1. Theoretical framing of transitional, post-transitional justice and strategic narratives. – II. Transitional narrative of genocide in Bosnia and Herzegovina. – II.1. Genocide charges for facts occurring in 1992. – II.2. Bosnian Muslims and Bosnian Croats: two protected groups targeted by the Serb forces in...

Waking up Demons: Bad Legislation for an Even Worse Case

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Table of Contents: I. Introduction. – II. The legislative initiatives of 2006. – III. The 2018 amendments to the Act on the Institute of National Remembrance. – IV. Submitting the 2018 Act to the Constitutional Tribunal. – V. The amendments in practice. – VI. Amending the amendments. – VII. Judgment of the Constitutional Tribunal. – VIII....

Neither Representation nor Values? Or, “Europe’s Moment” – Part II

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Part I of this Editorial dealt with the interrelation between representation and taxation reflected in the measures adopted or envisaged by the EU institutions to face the COVID-19 pandemic. It argued that a more courageous approach in each phase of this virtuous circle could have significantly enhanced the legitimacy of the Union as an entity expressing the...

Schengen and Free Movement Law During the First Phase of the Covid-19 Pandemic: Of Symbolism, Law and Politics

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Table of Contents: I. Introduction: border closures as a source of symbolic capital. – II. Reintroduction and termination of internal border controls. – II.1. Legality of the initial suspension of border-free travel. – II.2. Alternatives to systematic internal border controls. – II.3. Return to normality: intergovernmental cooperation. – II.4....

How Can States Possess History via Memorials?

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Abstract: The story recounted in Budapest in the Shadow of Dictatorships (K. Ungváry, G. Tabajdi, Budapest a Diktatúrák Árnyékában: Titkos Helyszínek, Szibolikus Terek és Emlékhelyek – Budapest in the Shadow of Dictatorship: Secret Places, Symbolic Spaces and Places of Memory, Budapest: Jaffa, 2013) points out how...

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