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  1. One of the most contested areas of action connected to enlargement of the EU has been minority rights monitoring. The new task created lack of clarity on the standards and criteria of assessment of the performance of current and perspective member states. This book explains and analyses the dominant trends on minority rights protection at EU level, their effects on member states and their future perspectives through the prism of the recent enl...
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    € 70,-

  2. This book combines an insight into the legal aspects of operations conducted as part of the European Security and Defence Policy (ESDP) of the EU with an analysis of the status and obligations of international organizations under international law and applies the findings thereof to the law of armed conflict and human rights in relation to ESDP operations.
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    € 125,-

  3. this book demonstrates that European constitutionalism did not start with the Constitutional Treaty and that neither will it end after the Treaty of Lisbon. It not only discusses the changes that had been envisaged under the EU’s Constitutional Treaty and the Treaty of Lisbon. It also shows, in a number of areas of European integration, the continuity of Europe’s constitutional development before and beyond Lisbon. Subjects covered are treaty-...
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    € 79,-

  4. For a long time, civil justice was considered to be a purely national, conservative, and slow-changing topic. The texts collected in this book supply proof that this is not the case anymore. These papers discuss civil justice from a European angle, concentrating on the age-old dichotomy between quality and efficiency.
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    € 57,-

  5. The book is not merely a plea for a European Citizen’s participation movement. Instead, by offering practical suggestions, it serves as a tangible guide for anyone planning a European-wide initiative.
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    € 44,80
 
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