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European Papers - Vol. 5, 2020, No 2

European Papers – Vol. 5, 2020, No 2

European Papers - Vol. 5, 2020, No 2

European Papers

Vol. 5, 2020, No 2

ISSN: 2499-8249 (Online Journal), ISSN: 2499-7498 (Website)

Cuadernos Europeos es la expresión de un proyecto cultural que proporciona un lugar de reflexión sobre la integración europea entendida como medio de construir una nueva comunidad política.

Cuadernos Europeos se concibe, por tanto, como un instrumento de reflexión y debate sobre el proceso de integración jurídica, sus causas, su funcionamiento y sus vínculos con otros fenómenos sociales. Su misión es prestar atención a todas las formas de integración europea y sus trascendentales implicaciones. Esta reflexión requiere establecer un diálogo más amplio entre la experiencia jurídica y otras formas de integración de las sociedades europeas a través de instrumentos económicos, sociales y culturales. 

CONTENIDO

Editorial
Neither Representation nor Taxation? Or, the “Europe’s Moment” – Part I

Articles
The EEA Agreement as a Jack-in-the-box in the Relationship Between the CJEU and the European Court of Human Rights?
Halvard Haukeland Fredriksen and Stian Øby Johansen

It Takes Two to Tango: The Preliminary Reference Dance Between the Court of Justice of the European Union and National Courts
edited by Jasper Krommendijk

It Takes Two to Tango: An Introduction
Jasper Krommendijk

No Preliminary References from Dutch Overseas Judges: Is It Tambu or Tumba Dancing with the Court of Justice?
Wessel Geursen

Lawyering Eurolaw: An Empirical Exploration into the Practice of Preliminary References
Jos Hoevenaars

Judicial Hierarchy in the Preliminary Ruling Procedure: Exploring the Relationship Between the First and Second Instance Courts
Monika Glavina

Irish Courts and the European Court of Justice: Explaining the Surprising Move from an Island Mentality to Enthusiastic Engagement
Jasper Krommendijk

Defending the Rule of Law or Reality Based Self-defense? A New Polish Chapter in the Story of Judicial Cooperation in the EU
Urszula Jaremba

Active or Passive: The National Judges’ Expression of Opinions in the Preliminary Reference Procedure
Karin Leijon

Power Talk: Effects of Inter-Court Disagreement on Legal Reasoning in the Preliminary Reference Procedure
Anna Wallerman Ghavanini

When Two Preliminary Questions Result in One and Half Answers: A ‘Constitutional Tragedy’ in Four Acts
Mariolina Eliantonio and Chiara Favilli

Environmental Democracy and Judicial Cooperation in Environmental Matters: Mapping National Courts Behaviour in Follow-up Cases
Lorenzo Squintani and Sjoerd Kalisvaart

Dialogues
Conference on the Future of Europe
Reforming the EU Outside the EU? The Conference on the Future of Europe and Its Options
Federico Fabbrini

Overcoming the Single Country Veto in EU Reform?
Bruno De Witte

The Conference on the Future of Europe and EU Reform: Limits of Differentiated Integration
Frank Schimmelfennig

European Forum
Insights and Highlights

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