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Rule of Law in the EU: 30 Years After the Fall of the Berlin Wall

Edited by: Antonina Bakardjieva Engelbrekt, Andreas Moberg, Joakim Nergelius

ISBN13: 9781509941599
Published: December 2021
Publisher: Hart Publishing
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
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This book looks at how successful the European project can be judged to have been over the last generation. The 30th anniversary of the Berlin Wall marked a natural moment of stock taking and assessing how the world has evolved since then. The European Union, as much as any institution, could benefit from such introspection. This collection does just that; looking at the key changes in the last 30 years and assessing the Union's success or otherwise at responding to them. Addressing questions such as accession, the enlarged Union, enforcement and uncertainty in the European project, a team of experts gives its reasoned verdict.

Subjects:
EU Law
Contents:
INTRODUCTION
1. Rule of Law in the EU 30 Years After the Fall of the Berlin Wall: Taking Stock and Looking Ahead
Antonina Bakardjieva Engelbrekt, Stockholm University, Sweden, Andreas Moberg, University of
Gothenburg, Sweden and Joakim Nergelius, Örebro University, Sweden
PART ONE: THE RULE OF LAW IN THE EUROPEAN UNION - THEORETICAL FOUNDATIONS AND POLITICAL REALITY
2. Rule of Law Problems as Problems of Democracy
Leonard Besselink, University of Amsterdam, Netherlands
3. Illiberal Constitutionalism in East-Central Europe
Gábor Halmai, European University Institute, Italy
4. Why the Rule of Law Can Never be Part of an 'Illiberal' Democracy
Joakim Nergelius,Örebro University, Sweden
PART TWO: THE RULE OF LAW IN CEE - COMMUNIST LEGACIES AND THE ROAD TO EU ACCESSION
5. Legacies of Socialist Constitutionalism: The Eastern European Judiciary
Zdenek Kühn, Charles University, Czechia
6. Legal Reasoning in Central and Eastern Europe from a Historical Perspective
Katalin Kelemen, Örebro University, Sweden
7. The Council of Europe as an Antechamber to the European Union
Daniel Tarschys, Stockholm University, Sweden
8. The Role of the Venice Commission in Strengthening the Rule of Law
Iain Cameron, Uppsala University, Sweden
9. The Eastward Enlargement as a Driving Force and Testbed for Rule of Law Policy in the EU
Antonina Bakardjieva Engelbrekt, Stockholm University, Sweden
PART THREE: THE RULE OF LAW IN AN ENLARGED EUROPE
10. The Rule of Law in Italy under the Power of Populism, and its Impact on the Future of the EU: What the Pandemic Crisis Can Teach Us: Some Reflections on Populism, Europe, the Rule of Law and Fundamental Rights During the Time of Quarantine in Italy
Valentina Colcelli, University of Perugia, Italy
11. The European Rule of Law Standard, the Nordic States, and EU Law
Graham Butler, Aarhus University, Denmark
PART FOUR: ENFORCING THE RULE OF LAW IN THE EU - CURRENT MECHANISMS AND PROSPECTS
12. The Rise of Procedural Rule of Law in the European Union – Historical and Normative Foundations
Xavier Groussot, Lund University, Sweden and Anna Zemskova, Lund University, Sweden
13. The European Commission and the EU Rule of Law Policy
Anna Perego, European Commission (DG Justice)
14. Respect for the Rule of Law: Some Thoughts on the European Parliament's Perspective
Linda Stefani, European Parliament and María José Martínez Iglesias, European Parliament
15. Can We Expect Compliance with the Rule of Law without the Rule of Law?
Andreas Moberg, University of Gothenburg, Sweden

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