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... to both a “civic” sense of belonging and a “cosmopolitan” identity. After placing types and degrees of (inter-)territorial solidarity at the heart of our conceptual perspective, we discuss the effects ...
UN Security Council resolutions lack direct effect, as they are not intended to oblige States in terms of means but just of results. This statement by the ECJ in the Kadi judgment has recently been used ...
... of public resources”; the law does not specifically define or actually circumscribe the effective ambit of the support of the Region, but limits itself to stating that participatory projects other than ...
... system model built up over the last thirty years has been remarkably effective ...
... widespread use of federalist rhetoric, and how scantily independent they appear to be. The effect is that the actual uniformity of electoral systems will cause a further step towards uniformity of party ...
... it into an effective instrument to ensure communication between civil society and regional institutions ...
... Human Rights, the possibility to bypass the limits of the European Convention’s direct effect through the application of the Charter’s equivalent rights ...
... find themselves in distress outside of the Union’s borders. It critically assesses the legal nature, content and effects in the domestic legal orders of the least developed right recognised to the EU citizen: ...
... their individual and collective ability to manage immigration.  In the EU and the US, the existence of a federal policy is a precondition for an effective management of migratory flows ...
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