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... once common throughout Europe. Hence calls for major reform are commonplace. However successful changes have been piecemeal and rare. Meanwhile the UK is not federal, but is nonetheless a ‘union state’, ...
... enacted into law, leading towards harmonisation and supervisory convergence, show us that the CMU is an foundational piece in a collective journey towards ever greater integration in terms of economic ...
3. Celebrating nine years together
(Giuseppe Martinico/Editorial)
Perspectives on Federalism starts off its ninth year with this issue which gathers, as usual, a series of multi-disciplinary pieces. Almost two years have passed since we started our collaboration with ...
... of the proposals recently suggested to reform the EU. In this piece I shall try to explore some important issues that should be taken into account when advancing reform proposals with regard to this i ...
... and human rights, hinged on the use of positive and negative conditionality. The empirical focus of the piece will be on the period following the Arab Uprising, coinciding with the creation of the European ...
6. Exploring Subnational Constitutionalism: A Special Issue
(Giacomo Delledonne - Giuseppe Martinico/Essay)
... Ethiopia, and Macao). Other pieces, instead, consider the phenomenon from a comparative perspective, focusing on the external relations of subnational polities, the distinctive aspects of legislatures ...
7. Rethinking (EU) citizenship
(Giuseppe Martinico/Review article)
This special issue of Perspectives on Federalism offers a multidisciplinary collection of pieces dealing with some (selected) issues in the field of citizenship studies. In order to investigate how citizenship ...
8. Ethical Guidelines
('Uncategorised Content')
...  Authors: When submitting a paper authors should provide all relevant pieces of information requested by the submission policy. Providing fraudulent or knowingly inaccurate statements constitute unethical ...
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