The Unity of the European Constitution

The Unity of the European Constitution

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ISBN-13: 9783642071294
Publisher: Springer Berlin Heidelberg
Publication date: 11/19/2010
Series: Beitr�ge zum ausl�ndischen �ffentlichen Recht und V�lkerrecht , #186
Edition description: Softcover reprint of hardcover 1st ed. 2006
Pages: 396
Product dimensions: 6.10(w) x 9.25(h) x 0.36(d)

Table of Contents

European Ungleichzeitigkeit: Introductory Remarks on a Binational Discussion about Unity in the European Union.- European Ungleichzeitigkeit: Introductory Remarks on a Binational Discussion about Unity in the European Union.- General Questions.- The Constitutional Treaty as a Reflexive Constitution.- Thoughts on a Methodology of European Constitutional Law.- Comment on Philipp Dann: Some Remarks on the Methodology of the “Constitutional Law” of the European Union.- The Primacy of European Union Law Over National Law Under the Constitutional Treaty.- Supremacy — Lost? Comment on Roman Kwiecie?.- The Democracy Concept of the European Union: Coherent Constitutional Principle or Prosaic Declaration of Intent?.- Comment on Niels Petersen: A Democratic Union: Coherent Constitutional Principle or Prosaic Declaration of Intent.- Institutional Aspects of the Constitution — Towards a New Institutional Balance?.- The Plurality of the Legislative Process and a System for Attributing Procedures to Competences.- The Concept of the “Legislative” Act in the Constitutional Treaty.- Comment on Alexander Türk: The Concept of the “Legislative Act”.- The Emperor’s New Clothes: The ECB and the New Institutional Concept.- Comment on Timo Tohidipur.- The Right to an Effective Remedy Pursuant to Article II-107 Paragraph 1 of the Constitutional Treaty.- Comment on Katharina Pabel: The Right to an Effective Remedy in a Polycentric Legal System.- Sectoral Differentiation in the Constitution.- Developments in the Area of Freedom, Security and Justice Brought About by the Constitutional Treaty.- Comment on Dagmara Kornobis-Romanowska: Conceptual Changes in the Area of Freedom, Security and Justice through the Constitutional Treaty.- Constitutionalization of the Common Foreign and Security Policy of the European Union: Implications of the Constitutional Treaty.- Comment on Ireneusz Pawel Karolewski: Constitutionalization of the Common Foreign and Security Policy of the European Union: Implications of the Constitutional Treaty.- Common Commercial Policy: The Expanding Competence of the European Union in the Area of International Trade.- Comment on Dorota Leczykiewicz: Common Commercial Policy: The Expanding Competence of the European Union in the Area of International Trade.- Fundamental Rights Concerning Biomedicine in the Constitutional Treaty and Their Effect on the Diverse Legal Systems of Member States.- Comment on Atina Krajewska: Plural Concepts of Human Dignity and the Constitutional Treaty.- Remarks on Art. I-52 of the Constitutional Treaty: New Aspects of the European Ecclesiastical Law?.- Territorial and Temporal Aspects of Unity.- “United in Diversity” — The Integration of Enhanced Cooperation into the European Constitutional Order.- Comment on Daniel Thym: United in Diversity or Diversified in the Union?.- Observations on the Right to Withdraw from the European Union: Who Are the “Masters of the Treaties”?.

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