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Deconstructing EU Federalism Though Competences

Loïc Azoulai

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[This paper is a collective endeavour to depart from the traditional view that a clear-cut separation of powers between the European Union and its Member States is one of the main features and one of the main safeguards of the European quasi-federalism. On the one hand, it is an effort to show the deep intertwining of EU and national powers in the actual course of European integration. On the other hand, it is an attempt to discover new legal and political safeguards to the development of EU federalism. Abstract editor]

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hal-03461386 , version 1 (01-12-2021)

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Loïc Azoulai, François-Xavier Millet, Lena Boucon. Deconstructing EU Federalism Though Competences. 2012. ⟨hal-03461386⟩
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