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This text seeks to provide an understanding of the nature and characteristics of the European Union (EU), by scrutizing the EU from a constitutional and legal angle. It examines, for instance, whether the European Court behaves as a court ought to behave, the problems caused by the vague and elastic nature of Community law, whether the division of power between the Union and the Member States is based on any sort of principle, and, if so, whether that principle is consistently applied, the enforcement of Community law and the problems caused by the different levels of compliance in different Member States, and, finally, at the foundations of the Union's legal system, the issue of whether Member States have ceded their sovereignty.
This book should be of interest to experts in Community law and those who want to understand the Community.