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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European Sovereignty Now? A Reflection on What It Means to Speak of “European Sovereignty”

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Table of Contents: I. Introduction. – II. A post-sovereign world. – III. Autonomy: sovereignty in disguise? – IV. European Sovereignty?

Abstract: Spearheaded by French President Emmanuel Macron, the concept of “European sovereignty” is used increasingly often in debates on the role of the EU in the...

Electoral Accountability in the European Union: An Analysis of the European Parliament Elections with Respect to the EU’s Political Deficit

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Table of Contents: I. Introduction. – II. European Union: a democratic or a political deficit? – III. Conceptualizing accountability. – IV. Mechanisms of accountability in the EU and the EP elections. – IV.1. EU complexities. – IV.2. The deficiencies of electoral accountability. – V. Conclusion: from legitimacy to authority. – VI. Acknowledgments....

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...

The European Form of Family Life: The Case of EU Citizenship

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Table of Contents: I. Family life as a European legal form. – I.1. Family life and social life: the impotence of European Union law? – I.2. The family as a “form of life”: an existential approach to European Union law. – I.3. Law and forms of European family life: starting with concrete lives. The case of citizenship. – II. The European de-formation...

The Integration of Migration Concerns into EU External Policies: Instruments, Techniques and Legal Problems

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Table of Contents: I. Introduction. – II. The Compacts and the practical arrangements for the return of irregular migrants and their impact on the principle of institutional balance. – III. The Compacts with countries hosting refugees: the context of their adoption and their legal nature. – IV. The integration of refugees in the job market of the...

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...

Historians, Memory Laws, and the Politics of the Past

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Table of Contents: I. Historians against memory laws. – II. Historical memory and criminal law. – III. Universal values and particularistic memories. – IV. Populism and memory in Eastern Europe – V. Concluding remarks.

Abstract: This Article examines historians’ protests against memory...

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