Historical Memory in Post-communist Europe and the Rule of Law: An Introduction

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Table of Contents: I. Introductory remarks. – II. The governance of historical memory in Europe. – III. The rule of law. – VI. Memory governance and the rule of law. – V. Concluding remarks.

Abstract: The legal governance of historical memory in Eastern and Central Europe has grown exponentially...

Two Faces of the Polish Supreme Court After “Reforms” of the Judiciary System in Poland: The Question of Judicial Independence and Appointments

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Table of Contents: I. Introduction. – II. The “reforms” of the national council of judiciary and the Supreme Court. – III. The Court of Justice judgment. – IV. The EU-friendly face of the Supreme Court. – V. The restrained face of the Supreme Court. – VI. Conclusions.

Abstract: The present ...

Re-connecting Authority and Democratic Legitimacy in the EU: Introductory Remarks

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Table of Contents: I. The disconnection between the loci of authority and those of democratic control. – II. The competence problem in the Union. – III. Reconciling Europe with its citizens through democracy and rule of law. – IV. Scope and contents.

Abstract: One of the main problems the Union has...

EU Autonomy: Jurisdictional Sovereignty by a Different Name?

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Table of Contents: I. Introduction. – II. Jurisdictional sovereignty: a core element of an elusive concept. – III. EU autonomy as construed by the Court of Justice. – IV. Jurisdictional sovereignty of the EU as a legal construction. – V. Concluding reflections on the Court’s autonomy conception in context.

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The Two Faces of European Sovereignty

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Table of Contents: I. No European sovereignty... – II. ... But a "Europeanised" (concept of) sovereignty.

Abstract: "European sovereignty" seems at first sight to be a misnomer. The EU is not sovereign in the classical sense of the word. By contrast, it can be argued that the EU transforms national...

A Sovereign Europe as a Future of Sovereignty

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Table of Contents: I. Divorcing sovereignty from the state. – II. The post-traditional conception of sovereignty. – III. A functionally sovereign European Union.

Abstract: Since the Peace of Westphalia sovereign political entities have unexceptionally been States and sovereignty has been thus long...

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