The State of the European Union, 6: Law, Politics, and Society

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Tanja A. Börzel, Rachel A. Cichowski
OUP Oxford, Sep 4, 2003 - Business & Economics - 410 pages
This is the sixth and latest addition to the European Union Studies Association's prestigious series, State of the European Union. The contributors of this volume take the dynamic interaction between law, politics and society as a starting point to think critically about key events in the European Union, while bringing to the forefront why these developments matter for ordinary citizens.
 

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Contents

Law Politics and Society in Europe
3
European Integration and the Legal System
18
The European Court of Justice and the Evolution of EU Law
48
The New Challenge
79
Increasing Political
105
The European
127
The Evolution of Europes Transnational Political Parties
149
Boundaries of European Governance
170
Europes No Fly Zone? Rights Obligations
235
l2 Towards a Federal Europe? The Euro and Institutional
253
l3 European Enlargement and Institutional Hypocrisy
269
From Intergovernmental
291
Qualitative
313
Online Sources and Online Courses
334
References
355
Index
393

The Compliance Strategies of
197
Adversarial Legalism
221

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Tanja A. Borzel is at Associate Professor of International Relations, University of Heidelberg. Rachel A. Cichowski is at Assistant Professor of Comparative Law, University of Washington.