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National Sovereignty in the European Union

  • Kartonierter Einband
  • 89 Seiten
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This volume assesses the implications of membership in the European Union for countries' understanding of the concept of sovereignty, based on the perspective of the Czech Republic. The starting point of this work is acceptance of the Czech Republic's membership in the European Union as a basic fact. The goal of the analysis presented here is to offer a theoretical approach to reconciling state sovereignty with the participation of the Czech Republic in the European integration project. To do so, the book pursues an in-depth analysis of the reactions of the Constitutional Court of the Czech Republic to the challenges associated with membership in the EU. Above all, it addresses the following two basic research questions:1. Is membership of the state in the European Union associated with a loss of sovereignty, a sharing of sovereignty, or does it have no real consequences for the scope or understanding of the concept of state sovereignty, such that the phenomenon remains a classical, static and defining element of the state?2. How does the Czech Constitutional Court deal with the specific characteristics of European Union law and what is its stance on the nature of the relationship between supranational and national law?

Offers fresh and brief inside to the theory of sovereignty and its practical application in the practice

Light style, free of heavy academic analysis and therefore very accessible for wide range of readers

Includes the analysis of the reasoning of the courts and therefore may be welcomed by practising lawyers

Introduction.- Constitutionalism beyond the state.- Shared entitlement to legitimate violence in the EU and its theoretical outcomes.- Sovereignty vis-à-vis moloch of European integration.- Practical sovereignty in a real world - relationship between EU law and national law (the Czech Perspective).- State as a "creator and master".- Conclusion.


Titel: National Sovereignty in the European Union
Untertitel: View from the Czech Perspective
EAN: 9783319453507
ISBN: 978-3-319-45350-7
Format: Kartonierter Einband
Herausgeber: Springer Nature EN
Genre: Internationales Recht
Anzahl Seiten: 89
Gewicht: 169g
Größe: H235mm x B155mm
Jahr: 2016
Auflage: 1st ed. 2016

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