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Irritating nation-state constitutionalism
Gunther Teubner

social responsibility in the areas of work, product quality, the environment and human rights. 25 Global administrative law : This is the most recent candidate for a constitutionalisation of transnational sectors. 26 Today, there are more than 2,000 global regulatory agencies in the form of international and intergovernmental organisations. 27 In contrast to the administrative law of the UN and

in Critical theory and legal autopoiesis
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A plea for politics at the European level
Peter J. Verovšek

member-states like the United Kingdom. I argued that the EU continued to evolve on the community model – not as an intergovernmental organisation or a confederation – primarily because integrationist leaders, whose remembrance of the past led them to believe in the necessity of pooling decision-making powers, pushed the project forward at crucial moments. In chapter 4 , the final section of the explanatory-diagnostic part of the book, I claimed that the EU’s problems at the start of the third millennium – while heightened by the financial, monetary, and political

in Memory and the future of Europe