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Democracy and constitutional culture in the Union of Europe

Democracy and constitutional culture in the Union of Europe

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Published by Lothian Foundation Press in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Civil society -- European Union countries -- Congresses.,
  • Subsidiarity -- Congresses.,
  • European Union countries -- Constitutional law -- Congresses.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementedited by Richard Bellamy, Vittorio Bufacchi & Dario Castiglione.
    ContributionsBellamy, Richard., Buffacchi, Vittorio., Castiglione, Dario.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxvi,222p.
    Number of Pages222
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22207029M
    ISBN 101872210201

    The Treaty establishing a Constitution for Europe (TCE; commonly referred to as the European Constitution or as the Constitutional Treaty) was an unratified international treaty intended to create a consolidated constitution for the European Union (EU).Location: Rome, Italy. Just Another Missed Opportunity in the Development of a European Public Sphere: The European Constitutional Debate in German, British and French Broadsheets / Regina Vetters ; Ch. Rare Birds: The 'Why' in Comparative Media Studies. Nordic Ideal Types of Good European Journalism / Vanni Tjernstrom ; Pt. 3. Media, Culture and Democracy ; Ch.

    The European Constitution "The European Parliament endorses the Constitutional Treaty and wholeheartedly supports its ratification"(*): it creates greater clarity as to the nature and objectives of the Union, gives it greater effectiveness and a strengthened role in the world, improves democratic accountability and gives more rights to its. Comparing four elite groups in Europe, Antje Wiener shows how this invisible constitution of politics matters. By comparing individual interpretations of norms such as democracy and human rights, she shows how they can mean different things, even to frequently travelling elite : Antje Wiener.

    The original constitution of the European Union (formerly European Community) was characterized by a much-criticized democratic deficit. The European Court of Justice, in the period between and , strengthened the democratic legitimacy of the European Community by consolidating the role of the European Parliament and safeguarding the Cited by: International economists and other scholars address the major issues that arise in writing a European constitution, including the evolution of federalism and the role of direct democracy. The leaders of European Union member states have declared that a European constitution should take "a clear, open, effective, democratically controlled Community approach.".


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This entry about Democracy and constitutional culture in the Union of Europe has been published under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution (CC BY ) licence, which permits unrestricted use and reproduction, provided the author or authors of the Democracy and constitutional culture in the Union of Europe entry and the Encyclopedia of Law are in each case credited as the source of the Democracy and constitutional culture Author: Ellis Maule.

Table Of Contents. The Making of a Constitution for Europe 2. The Constitutional Challenges Facing the European Court of Justice 3.

Democracy and the European Court of Justice 4. Europe: The Case for Statehood 5. The Euro: A Currency in Search of a State 6. Safeguarding Human Rights: the Role of the European Court of Justice 7. The Effect of. The Constitution of European Democracy Dieter Grimm Justin Collings.

Authored by one of Germany's most prominent constitutional scholars of the last fifty years. Contains essays by not yet published in the English language, with translations by Justin Collings. In order to reduce the EU’s legitimacy deficit, the book makes several recommendations, including the re-politicization of the decision-making processes, which can be achieved by reducing treaties to the capacity necessary for their constitutional function; the reinvigoration of European Parliament elections, by having ‘Europeanized’ parties to increase engagement with European society and give voters the opportunity to more immediately influence European politics.

The argument of Larry Siedentop's charming but superficial book is that because Europe is a state in the making, it deserves better than the "impoverished" constitutional debate it has been getting. His conclusion is that the right basis for the European Union should be "liberal constitutionalism".

Constitutional Democracy in Crisis. Edited by Mark A. Graber, Sanford Levinson, and Mark Tushnet. Focuses on the pressing issue of the survival of liberal democracy and the nature of the threats it faces; Showcases scholarly contributions that are.

Media, Democracy and European Culture presents up-to-date and cutting-edge research on the political and cultural dimension of democracy in Europe and its representation in the media. This interdisciplinary volume brings together the work of some of the most prominent European scholars in media, political science, sociology, cultural studies and law.

The contributors. The volume at hand contains invited papers addressing the normative is­ sues of democracy and the European Union. Most papers were fIrst discussed at the conference "Democracy and the European Union", held in Oslo on Au­ gust, with the support of the Norwegian research programme Ad­ vanced Research on the Europeanisation of the Nation-State (ARENA).

recent book Democracy in Europe expresses a more cautious mood: as he puts it, ‘a great constitutional debate need not involve a prior com-mitment to federalism as the most desirable outcome in Europe.

It may reveal that Europe is in the process of inventing a new political form, something more than a confederation but less than a federation—an.

The inter-Parliamentary Union is pleased to publish in this book the text of the Universal Declaration on Democracy and well as the contributions of the members of the Expert Group and the overall report of the General Rapporteur.

The Union also wishes to take this opportunity to express its gratitude toFile Size: KB. Democracy – Political Theory and the American Constitution RICHARD BELLAMY AND DARIO CASTIGLIONE* The term ‘constitutional democracy’ can be interpreted as either an oxymoron or a tautology.

On the one hand, constitutionalism and democracy can appear opposed to each other. Whereas the first term refers to ‘restrained and divided’. “political” constitution, such as democracy, the rule of law and respect for human rights (these values are protected by Article 2 TEU).3 How well is the 1 Kriszta Kovács, Gabor Attila Tόth, Hungary’s Constitutional Transformation (t r s s) European Constitutional Law.

selected number of transitional non-EU countries of Eastern Europe. As these concepts have become even more pertinent in times of economic crisis, the book will be of interest to scholars and policy makers in this field. Table of contents 1 Squaring the Circle: Identity, Political and Human Rights Culture in Constitutional Democracy.

Europe, along with the United States, is considered the epicenter of democracy in the contemporary world and its culture a foundation of modern democratic and administrative thinking. Europe's history was once dominated by feudal lordship and the dynastic culture of European royal families who inherited principalities and based their realms.

The European Union seems to have rescued its single currency, but it has not yet put an end to the crisis. In this major new book, a group of fifteen international philosophers, economists, political scientists, sociologists, and legal experts compare the economic, political, constitutional, social, and cultural interpretations of the European by: 6.

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This article is about the labor philosophy. For the book by Lipset, Trow, and Coleman, see Union Democracy. Union democracy is a term referring to the governance of trade unions, in terms of the quality of election procedures at ensuring the executives of a union most accurately represent the interests of the members.

Since Dr Shore has been studying the cultural policies and practices of the European Union, in particular the ethos of the European Commission in Brussels and its employees. He has published widely on the anthropology of policy, applied anthropology, education, new reproductive technologies and the politics of identity.

CHRISTIAN DEMOCRACY AND THE ORIGINS - Christian Democracy and the Origins of European Union Wolfram Kaiser Frontmatter More information. NEW STUDIES IN EUROPEAN HISTORY For a full list of titles published in the series, please see the end of the book. Where national governments challenge this, the European Union must act.

Article 2 of the Treaty on European Union clearly states that democracy and the rule of law are central to the values that underpin the EU.

Article 10 of the Treaty sets out that the governments of member states must be subject to parliamentary : Katarina Barley.

Drawing on contemporary cultural politics from Western Europe, Canada, and the United States, Benhabib develops a double-track model of deliberative democracy that permits maximum cultural contestation within the official public sphere as well as in and through social movements and the institutions of civil society.Most accounts of democracy in the European Union (EU) jump straight into an appraisal of standards under a given set of Union institutions.

This. About EU Constitutional Law. The third edition of this acclaimed book continues the story of the EU's constitutional journey. The EU's constitution, composed of myriad legal texts, case law and practice, is no less of a moving target than before and the pace of change has, if anything, increased since the publication of the second edition.