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欧盟与民族国家的回归:跨学科的欧洲研究-The European Union And The Return Of The Nation State: Interdisciplinary Europea

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标题(title):The European Union And The Return Of The Nation State: Interdisciplinary European Studies
欧盟与民族国家的回归:跨学科的欧洲研究
作者(author):Antonina Bakardjieva Engelbrekt; Karin Leijon; Anna Michalski; Lars Oxelheim
出版社(publisher):Palgrave Macmillan
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This book explores the complex and ever-changing relationship between the European Union and its member states. The recent surge in tension in this relationship has been prompted by the actions of some member state governments as they question fundamental EU values and principles and refuse to implement common decisions seemingly on the basis of narrowly defined national interests. Furthermore, Brexit forces the EU for the first time to face the prospect of a major member state preparing to leave the Union. Are these developments heralding the return of the nation-state, and if so, in what form? Is the national revival a lasting phenomenon that will affect the EU for a long time to come, or is it a transitory trend? This book takes an interdisciplinary approach to answer these questions. It brings together scholars from economics, law, and political science to provide insights into the multifaceted relations between the Union and its member states from different perspectives. All chapters are based on up-to-date research findings, succinct assessments of the current state of affairs and ongoing debates about the direction of European integration. The book concludes by offering policy recommendations at European and national levels.
Table of contents :
Contents......Page 5
Notes on Contributors......Page 7
List of Figures......Page 10
List of Tables......Page 12
Introduction......Page 13
Origins and Significance of the Nation-State......Page 15
The Nation-State and European Integration......Page 16
Alternative Perspectives on Power and Sovereignty Within the EU......Page 19
Integration Through Law......Page 22
The Return of the Nation-State?......Page 24
Signs of the Return of the Nation-State......Page 25
References......Page 36
Introduction......Page 39
Three Positions on the European Future......Page 41
The Material and the Empirical Analysis......Page 43
Economy......Page 44
Defence......Page 50
Migration......Page 52
Social Pillar......Page 54
Summation of the Debate on These Policy Areas......Page 56
The Positions and Democracy......Page 57
Democracy, Efficiency and Power Within Incrementalism......Page 59
Conclusion......Page 62
References......Page 63
Introduction......Page 70
The Tension Between Supranationalism and Intergovernmentalism......Page 72
Article 7 TEU: A Hybrid of Supranationalism and Intergovernmentalism......Page 73
The Union and the Rule of Law......Page 75
A New EU Framework for Strengthening the Rule of Law......Page 78
Is the EU Doing Enough?......Page 81
2015—The Year the Reform of the Courts Began in Poland......Page 82
Advantages and Disadvantages of Supranational Legal Dialogue for Safeguarding the Rule of Law Under the EU Treaties......Page 86
Once Again, the Commission Turns to the CJEU......Page 88
The Commission Should Choose Its Battles and Cooperate Better with Its Allies......Page 89
References......Page 91
Chapter 4: The Refugee Crisis and the Reinvigoration of the Nation-State: Does the European Union Have a Common Asylum Policy?......Page 94
Introduction......Page 95
A Common EU Asylum Policy in Theory and Practice......Page 96
Public Opinion and Euroscepticism......Page 98
EU Asylum Law......Page 101
The Tensions Related to Multilevel Governance......Page 105
Worlds Apart: Variation in Refugee Flows in the EU......Page 107
The Tension Between the National and the Federal Level......Page 114
Striking a Balance Between Asylum Policy at the National and EU Levels......Page 117
References......Page 118
Introduction......Page 122
A United Europe—But How? Supranationalism Versus Intergovernmentalism......Page 124
Is the Union Too Big or Too Small?......Page 126
The Nation-State Leaves the Union—Brexit......Page 129
Winners and Losers on the Single Market......Page 133
Attitudes Towards the Union in Different Member States......Page 137
Conclusions: How Should Brexit Be Handled in Order to Ensure the EU’s Survival?......Page 145
References......Page 148
Introduction......Page 150
What Happened Before the LuxLeaks Scandal?......Page 151
Tax Base Erosion, a Polarizing Phenomenon......Page 154
Tax Fairness, Ethics and Sustainability Paving the Way for a Reform of Tax Systems?......Page 157
How Is Income Allocated Within MNEs?......Page 159
The Cases in a Nutshell......Page 160
Protection Against Tax Base Erosion: From Weak to Strong EU Governance......Page 165
Who Benefits from the Development of EU Tax Law?......Page 167
Is Digital Taxation an Option for the EU?......Page 170
Premises for Tax Fairness......Page 172
References......Page 173
Introduction......Page 176
Why a Common Currency?......Page 178
The European Currency Union......Page 180
Reforming the Euro Area......Page 187
Would Europe Benefit from a Partial Breakup of the Euro Area?......Page 192
Time to Prepare for a Friendly Divorce......Page 196
References......Page 197
Introduction......Page 201
The Rule of Law Within the Scope of EU Law......Page 205
Sanctions and Encumbering Decisions in Cross-Border Situations......Page 209
Sanctions and Encumbering Decisions Within a Member State......Page 213
A Variable Rule of Law?......Page 218
The Problems and the Way Forward: Wait and See, or Confront the Problem Head-On?......Page 220
References......Page 224
Introduction......Page 228
Europeanisation Through a Top-Down Perspective......Page 230
Europeanisation Through a Bottom-Up Perspective......Page 235
Pace-Setting, Fence-Sitting, or Foot-Dragging......Page 237
Is the Solution a More Differentiated Integration Process?......Page 240
To Fix and Mend the European Integration Process?......Page 243
References......Page 247
Introduction......Page 249
Regional Secessionism and European Integration: An Overview......Page 251
Two Perspectives on Regional Secessionism and European Integration......Page 255
Can Regions of the EU Become Independent States and Still Be Members of the EU?......Page 259
Scotland and Catalonia: Postmodern and Pro-European Nationalism?......Page 263
Regional Secessionism and European Integration: Democratic and Normative Challenges in a Multi-Level Setting......Page 269
References......Page 272
Index......Page 276

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