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The Constitution of Europe: 'Do the New Clothes Have an Emperor?' and Other Essays on European Integration

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ISBN13: 9780521585675
ISBN: 0521585678
Published: January 2001
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback reissue
Price: £39.99
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Joseph Weiler presents essays written over the last ten years on issues related to European constitutional law. In a series of highly accessible discussions concerning the legal framework of the European Communities and the European Union, Professor Weiler describes the gradual strengthening of transnational European institutions at the expense of national legislators. Although individuals as legal consumers have been empowered by Community law, he writes, this has been at the expense of their rights as citizens. The Constitution of Europe thus provides from a legal perspective a balanced and uniquely authoritative critique of the attractions and demerits of the goal of European integration.

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Subjects:
EU Law
Contents:
Part I:
1. Introduction
2. The transformation of Europe
3. Fundamental rights and fundamental boundaries
4. The external legal relations of non-unitary actors
5. The least dangerous branch: a retrospective and prospective of the ECJ in the arena of political integration
Part II:
1. Introduction
2. Fin de siecle Europe: do the new clothes have an emperor?
3. The state uber alles: on the demos and telos of the European Union
4. European democracy and its critics
5. Postscript: the union belongs to its citizens.