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5 - Addressing the Legal Obstacles to EU Constitutionalization

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  21 September 2020

Markus W. Gehring
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University of Cambridge
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In Chapter 1, by way of brief reminder, I introduced the European Union’s historical development, highlighting the constitutional underpinnings of the current successive economic, social and political crises in Europe. After summarizing relevant literature, my goal was to outline and analyse an increasingly constructive series of judicial dialogues in Europe, which I believe has brought to light a number of perceived obstacles to three key demos, civitas and ius dimensions of European constitutionalization.

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Europe's Second Constitution
Crisis, Courts and Community
, pp. 223 - 294
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Print publication year: 2020

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