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... It contains an analysis of material generated in in-depth interviews and concludes that more effort is invested into reaching a more inclusive compromise in the Council than one would expect if it were ...
... produced changes in the allocation of national and subnational authority that are plausibly characterized as constitutional in magnitude. The paper concludes that the design of the Canadian federal system ...
... Labor Organization’s Indigenous and Tribal People’s Convention 169 (“ILO 169”) and the Mexican Constitution. It concludes by arguing that in spite of this effort by the courts, Mexican law still requires ...
... informal rules and practices is discussed. Chapter 3 deals with scope, contents and dynamics of sub-national constitutionalism under the given framework. The article concludes with assessing the efficacy ...
... to the potential development of European judicial communities as a pre- condition for an integrated European legal order. It concludes by stressing the need for stronger empirical accounts in this field ...
... and diplomatic protection of nationals, frameworks which have not, so far, been harmonised by a EU measure. The paper concludes by describing the new roles acquired by the Union after the Lisbon Treaty ...
... mandate, which creates tension and confusion between the general objective and the CSDP instrument. The paper concludes that the mandate of Atalanta, by focussing entirely on universal objectives, ...
... this transfer are also discussed. The article concludes with some remarks on the future prospects of this reform ...
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