Rise and fall of the European constitution
Contributor(s): Barber, N. W | Cahill, Maria | Ekins, Richard.Material type: BookSeries: Modern studies in European law.Publisher: Oxford Hart Publishing 2019Description: viii,231p.ISBN: 9781509910984 .Subject(s): European Union -- Constitution | Treaty Establishing a Constitution for Europe | Constitutional law -- European Union countries | European Union countries -- Politics and governmentDDC classification: 342.2094
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From the years of the convention to the years of Brexit : where do we go from here? / Giuliano Amato -- Constitutionalisation without constitution : a democracy problem / Dieter Grimm -- The EU's constitutional moment : a view from the ground up / Kalypso Nicolaidis -- Treaty amendment, the draft constitution and European integration / Paul Craig -- The European constitution and Europe's dialectical federalism / Erin Delaney -- The two Europes / Nick Barber -- The competence catalogue in the Treaty Establishing a Constitution and the Treaty of Lisbon : improvement, but at a cost / Stephen Weatherill -- The Charter of Fundamental Rights and the EU's shallow constitutionalism / Dorota Leczykiewicz -- The EU constitution, sovereignty and the problem of primacy / Gunnar Beck -- Europe's constitutional overture / Neil Walker -- The European constitution and "the compulsion to grand politics" / Richard Mullender -- Recollections from and reflections on the making and failure of the European constitution / Gisela Stuart.
"The rejection of the Constitutional Treaty brought forward the momentum of ever more European integration to an abrupt halt. This collection brings together some of the leading EU constitutional scholars to comment, with the benefit of hindsight, on the significance of that rejection and how it impacted on post 2003 developments. It examines why the member states chose to reject the movement towards a federal state. It also asks why the Treaty which had support from European lawyers, failed to enthuse European citizens. This probing and rigorous account will provide answers to these often asked questions"--