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Post-Soviet Constitutions and Challenges of Regional Integration: Adapting to European and Eurasian Integration Projects

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ISBN13: 9781138101593
To be Published: August 2017
Publisher: Routledge
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: £85.00



Aiming to map out the constitutional challenges deriving from the European and Eurasian integration processes and identify options for constitutional reform to ensure post-Soviet countries’ effective participation in those processes, this book studies the implications of ongoing regional integration projects for the constitutional orders of post-Soviet countries affected by the processes of European and Eurasian integration.

Examining the implications of regional integration for the national constitutional orders of key post-Soviet countries, it provides detailed reports on constitutional orders and their adaptability to regional integration projects by leading academics from the countries concerned.

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Subjects:
Other Jurisdictions , Russian Federation
Contents:
Introduction: European and Eurasian integration initiatives and national constitutions of the post-Soviet countries

Part 1. The impact of EU and Eurasian integration projects on legal systems of the post-Soviet countries
1. "The role of constitutions and constitutional courts in Post-Communist countries" Dr. Andriy Meleshevich, Ukraine
2. "Association Agreements between the EU and Ukraine, Georgia and Moldova – deeper integration without membership in the shadow of the Eurasian Economic Union" Dr. Aaron Matta, the Netherlands
3.This chapter to be replaced with a theoretical approach to integration based on reviewer feedback

Part 2. Constitutional orders of the post-Soviet countries and their adaptability to European and Eurasian integration projects
4. "Constitutional order of Ukraine and its adaptability to the EU-Ukraine Association Agreement" Prof. Dr. Roman Petrov and Prof. Dr. Andriy Meleshevich, Ukraine
5. "Constitutional order of Georgia and its adaptability to the EU-Georgia Association Agreement" Dr. Gaga Gabrichidze, Georgia
6. "Constitutional order of Moldova and its adaptability to the EU-Moldova Association Agreement" Dr. Mihaela Tofan, Romania
7. "Constitutional order of Armenia and its adaptability to the Eurasian Economic Union"Dr. Narine Gazaryan, UK
8. "Constitutional order of the Russian Federation and its adaptability to Eurasian Economic Union" Prof. Dr. Paul Kalinichenko, Russia
9. "Constitutional order of Belarus and its adaptability to Eurasian Economic Union" Mr. Maksim Karliuk, Belarus
10. "Constitutional order of Kazakhstan and its adaptability to the Eurasian Economic Union" Prof. Dr. Zhenis Kembayev, Kazakhstan

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