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Ramses A. Wessel

1 Introduction The European Union (‘ eu ’ or ‘Union’) is usually perceived as being ‘special’ or perhaps even ‘sui generis’. These qualifications not only relate to the Union’s relationship with its own members and the effects of its decisions in their domestic legal orders, but also to the

Statelessness in the European Union

The Case of Cuban Migrants

Giulia Bittoni

1 Introduction Statelessness is a global problem, 1 which means it also occurs within the Member States of the European Union ( hereinafter : EU). A huge number of stateless people that live in the EU are former citizens of dissolved states. These former citizens have failed to obtain the

Elgström, Sannerstedt, Jönsson, Bjurulf and Strömvik

International Negotiation 3: 319–344, 1998. © 1998 Kluwer Law International. Printed in the Netherlands. 319 Negotiations in Networks in the European Union CHRISTER JÖNSSON, BO BJURULF, OLE ELGSTRÖM, ANDERS SANNERSTEDT & MARIA STRÖMVIK Department of Political Science, Lund University, Box 52, S


International Negotiation 3: 293–317, 1998. © 1998 Kluwer Law International. Printed in the Netherlands. 293 Negotiating the European Union: A Negotiation-Network Approach FRANK R. PFETSCH Institut für Politische Wissenschaft, Ruprecht-Karls-Universität Heidelberg, Marstallstrasse 6, D–69117

Alberto Martinelli

The diffusion of both nationalism and populism is the symptom of a crisis in European democracies. The convergence of nationalist ideology and populist rhetoric is the major challenge that the European Union faces today and can be effectively countered by developing the political project of a

Sergei A. Mudrov

1. Introduction The European Union member states have never been completely mono-ethnic societies, although the presence of foreigners varied a great deal across Europe. Undoubtedly, ‘outsiders’ have made their contribution to the linguistic, cultural, religious, and other developments of the

Natália Hangáčová and Tomáš Strémy

* This work was supported by the Agency for Research and Development under the contract no. APVV -15-0740. 1 Value Added Tax Fraud Schemes in the European Union The Panama papers revealed that almost 3,500 individuals are suspected to take part in cybercrime, money laundering, carousel


International Negotiation 3: 413–434, 1998. © 1998 Kluwer Law International. Printed in the Netherlands. 413 Leadership in European Union Negotiations: The Presidency of the Council DAVID METCALFE Program on Negotiation, 513 Pound Hall, Harvard Law School, Cambridge MA 02138, USA Abstract. This

Mahdev Mohan

investors with the extra option of ISA . The European Commission ( EC ), the negotiator for the European Union ( EU ), has put forward a (non-binding) proposal for ‘Investment Protection and Resolution of Investment Disputes in the EU -United States Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership ( EC ’s

Monika Mayrhofer and Margit Ammer

borders in the context of natural disasters, including the effects of climate change’. 4 The Initiative is funded by Norway and Switzerland but also by the European Commission. 5 Lately, also the European Union ( eu ) has started to respond to the interrelation of climate change, environment and