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lisbon, traité

Drama or no Drama? The German Federal Constitutional Court Decides on the Lisbon Treaty 2/2

Professor Dirk Lehmkuhl has analysed the recent decision of the German Constitutional Court on the Lisbon Treaty for “l’Europe en débat”. This is the second part of his contribution (the first part is available here). Dirk LEHMKUHL studied political science at the University of Constance and gained his PhD from the European University Institute. He […]

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lisbon, traité

Drama or no Drama? The German Federal Constitutional Court Decides on the Lisbon Treaty 1/2

  Professor Dirk Lehmkuhl has analysed the recent decision of the German Constitutional Court on the Lisbon Treaty for “l’Europe en débat”. This is the first part of his contribution. Dirk LEHMKUHL studied political science at the University of Constance and gained his PhD from the European University Institute. He occupied various positions as research […]

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élections

Et maintenant, quelle dynamique européenne ?

Marie-Cécile Milliat, juriste de formation, a travaillé dans les institutions européennes à Bruxelles sur des dossiers relevant de l”Europe sociale et du marché intérieur. Aujourd”hui chargée de mission au sein du Centre d”analyse stratégique, elle y suit notamment les affaires institutionnelles et les questions de gouvernance. Elle s”exprime ici à titre personnel. Un chiffre vient […]

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areva

The Future of Nuclear Co-operation in Europe 2/2

Nuclear energy is a core issue for industrial policies and for establishing a European energy policy. We are pleased to publish a contribution by professor Jean Marc Trouille on this important debate for the balance of national and European interests. Jean-Marc Trouille is Jean Monnet Chair in European Economic Integration at Bradford University, School of […]

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