A Common Security and Defence Policy: Limits to Differentiated Integration in PESCO?

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Table of Contents: I. Introduction. – II. CSDP: Between a common and differentiated policy. – II.1. CSDP as a common policy of the EU. – II.2. Differentiated integration in CFSDP. – III. PESCO’s microcosm of differentiated integration. – III.1. The awakening of the “Sleeping Beauty”. – III.2.    Participation in PESCO. – III.3. PESCO projects. – IV....

New Options for Differentiated Integration in the European Union: Introduction to the Special Section

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Abstract: This Article provides insights into the question of whether there is a tension between commonness and differentiation in EU policies, in particular post-Brexit. Brexit triggered new discussions on so-called differentiated integration (DI) in the European Union. Not only was Brexit perceived as a potential tool to...

With or Without EU: Differentiated Integration and the Politics of Post-Brexit EU-UK Security Collaboration

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Table of Contents: I. Introduction. – II. Post-Brexit security and defence cooperation as differentiated disintegration – III. Theresa May and the proposed “security partnership”. – IV. The trade and cooperation agreement and beyond. – V. The war in Ukraine: A game changer? – VI. Conclusion.

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Brexit, EU Financial Markets and Differentiated Integration

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Table of Contents: I. Introduction. – II. Differentiated law prior to Brexit. – III. Regime complexity and EU relations with non-Member States. – IV. The five worlds of financial market regulation. – IV.1. Securities and assets law and regulation. – IV.2. Banking law and regulation. – IV.3. Financial reporting law and regulation. – IV.4. Company law...

PESCO as a Game-Changer for Differentiated Integration in CSDP after Brexit

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Table of Contents: I. Introduction. – II. PESCO and differentiated integration in European Defence – II.1. Approaching the definition of differentiated integration. – II.2. Pre-PESCO landscape. – II.3. Differentiated integration via PESCO. – III. The participation of third States. – IV. Strategic Review 2020. – V. Conclusions....

Reinforcing the EU Enlargement Policy Towards Western Balkans: Access to the Single Market as a Credible Goal

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Table of Contents: I. Introduction. – II. Expanding the single market with(out) the EU enlargement. – II.1 EEA contribution. – II.2 CEECs transformative experience. – III. WB-EU economic integration and (limited) access to the single market. – III.1 SAP as a (new) frame of enlargement. – III.2 Way forward perspectives. – IV. Concluding remarks....

The European Union in Crisis: What Should the Member States Do?

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Table of Contents: I. Introduction – II. The persistence of serious crises – III. The feasibility of three suggested options for the future of Europe – IV. Some comments on the current political reality – V. My personal suggestions – VI. Conclusion.

Abstract: The European Union has suffered for...

The Rule of Law in the EU: Crisis, Differentiation, Conditionality

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Table of Contents: I. Introduction. – II. Differentiation: From pragmatic problem-solving to mode of governance. – II.1. Differentiated governance: The normalization of disintegration. – II.2. Getting to “a community of values and of laws”. – III. The rule of law crisis: From dialogues to conditionality. – III.1 Muddling through political dialogue:...

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