EU Citizenship and Federalism: The Role of Rights

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Dimitry Kochenov
Cambridge University Press, Apr 13, 2017 - Law
Kochenov's definitive collection examines the under-utilised potential of EU citizenship, proposing and defending its position as a systemic element of EU law endowed with foundational importance. Leading experts in EU constitutional law scrutinise the internal dynamics in the triad of EU citizenship, citizenship rights and the resulting vertical delimitation of powers in Europe, analysing the far-reaching constitutional implications. Linking the constitutional question of federalism and citizenship, the volume establishes an innovative new framework where these rights become agents and rationales of European integration and legal change, located beyond the context of the internal market and free movement. It maps the role of citizenship in this shifting landscape, outlining key options for a Europe of the future.
 

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Contents

List of Contributors page
xvii
Foreword
xxv
26
xxix
25
xxxvi
28
xxxvii
Table of TEU TFEU and CFR Provisions
lii
List of Abbreviations
lix
The Federal Association of States and Citizens
16
12
316
Another Member State
329
Analysis
337
The EU as a Case Study for Transnational Social
354
a Union Based on Free Movement
371
15
394
Market
417
Three Bricks at the Foundation of Sex in
427

A Logical Impossibility
35
Reintroducing Dignity into the Structural Fabric of the Legal
44
The Chapters That Follow
52
Predicting the Future
78
2
85
3
107
Some Reflections Concerning Nationality as an Obstacle to
120
5
147
The Value Added and
168
Conclusion
176
7
204
8
226
Citizenship and Democracy
235
From a MarketBased Citizenship to Constitutional
241
After
243
Citizenship Practice Theory A Heuristic Device
249
Conclusion
267
EU Citizenship and Political Rights
273
Federalism Citizenship and Democracy
281
Between States Consent and Popular
289
Conclusion
315
Mobile Citizenship and Sex Mobilisation via
441
Family Rights
468
19
489
Equality Rights and the Attitudinal Model
509
All the Way Up
540
The Intersection of Data Privacy and Citizenship Rights
556
A Step Towards Recognition of EU Citizenship
584
European Horizontal Citizenship and Its Lonely
615
Converging or Complementary?
642
The Limits of Interpretation
661
EU Fundamental Rights Protection against Member State
667
of EU Institutions
685
A Central
693
The Role of EU and National
700
EU Citizenship and Its Relevance for EU Exit
731
The Concept of EU Citizenship and Its Relevance in EU Exit
740
EU Citizenship as a NonLegal Consideration in EU Exit or Secession
747
The Idea of Demoicracy
753
Ruiz Zambrano Delvigne and the EU Constitutional
762
Index
782
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Dimitry Kochenov is Professor of EU Constitutional Law at Rijksuniversiteit Groningen, The Netherlands and Visiting Professor at the College of Europe, Natolin. He has held fellowships and visiting professorships worldwide, including at Princeton University, New Jersey (Crane Fellowship in Law and Public Affairs, Woodrow Wilson School), New York University Law School (╔mile NoŰl Fellowship), Osaka Graduate School of Law, and as Visiting Chair in Private Law at the UniversitÓ degli Studi di Torino, Italy. He has advised international institutions and governments and has published widely in the areas of EU constitutional law and citizenship.

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