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After Fragmentation: The Constitution of a Core European Citizenry?

By on 3rd December 2016

Everywhere you look, Europe seems to be at a turning point. The prospect of complete withdrawal of an EU Member State (‘Brexit’) is only the most dramatic instance of a general trend of fragmentation in European integration. For the first time in the history of the Union, every national of a Member State may lose their […]

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An initial call for clarity over the ‘constitutional requirements’ for withdrawing from the European Union

By on 28th October 2016

By Oliver Garner (UK), Ph.D. Candidate and the European University Institute. Oliver is generally interested in EU constitutional law and theory and the constitutional law of the Member States. The current legal challenge to the UK government’s constitutional authority to trigger Article 50 TEU is the supporting act to the main event political drama of […]

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