There was less competition for the Council of Europe , which has become an academic assembly — whose news interest ... inter alia the U.N.R. , has prevented the overlapping of functions in connection with the two European assemblies and ...
European Assemblies regularly take position on political issues irivolving relations between their member states and with third countries . Parliament Members play not a small role in the settlement of disputes between member states .
Author: Christian De Fouloy
Publisher: Martinus Nijhoff Publishers
Category: Political Science
"The European Strasbourg Register" offers the reader a complete survey of all Strasbourg-based organizations with a European dimension. Strasbourg is not presented as a competitive site to Brussels, but rather as a city with a distinct focus and definite role to play in the construction of Europe. The geostrategic location of Strasbourg is of paramount importance in bridging Northern and Southern Europe, as well as in linking West and East. The presence in Strasbourg of such institutions as the European Parliament, the Council of Europe and the European Court of Human Rights, coupled with the outstanding education and research facilities the city offers, accounts for Strasbourg's popularity among the international business and academic community. Part One of "The European Strasbourg Register" contains in-depth articles by a number of leading personalities; Part Two provides a comprehensive, practical and highly detailed review of Strasbourg-based organizations with a European dimension, including intergovernmental organizations, such as the European Parliament, as well as non-governmental organizations, education and training institutions, trans-border cooperation associations, permanent foreign representatives and accredited press agencies. Thus this volume constitutes a unique and indispensable tool for diplomats, journalists, lawyers, national and international civil servants, businessmen, lobbyists, researchers and all those interested in European institutions and public affairs.
3I& Introduction &%. . .3 Medieval representation in assemblies has usually been treated as a part of constitutional history." This is not surprising. The most important European assemblies, historically, were those which acquired ...
Author: Thomas N. Bisson
Publisher: Princeton University Press
The author demonstrates that medieval assemblies have a significant history well before the great age of parliaments and Estates. He deals with assemblies, council, and consent, and shows how the older procedures were transformed by the increasingly bureaucratic Capetian governments after the royal conquest of Languedoc in the 13th century. Originally published in 1964. The Princeton Legacy Library uses the latest print-on-demand technology to again make available previously out-of-print books from the distinguished backlist of Princeton University Press. These editions preserve the original texts of these important books while presenting them in durable paperback and hardcover editions. The goal of the Princeton Legacy Library is to vastly increase access to the rich scholarly heritage found in the thousands of books published by Princeton University Press since its founding in 1905.
While some MPs still believe that the EP is in competition with Westminster , others are convinced that national and European assemblies are essentially complementary to each other . In order to address the perceived democratic deficit ...
Author: G. P. E. Walzenbach
Publisher: Ashgate Publishing, Ltd.
Category: Political Science
Confronting sophisticated theoretical reasoning with the actual realities of policy-making, this book is essential reading for all those interested in the risks and opportunities of a comparative-interdisciplinary approach to European governance.
Bucur et al. confirm the tendency for the case of investiture rules in government formation in European assemblies. Negretto is more skeptical, citing his finding that in the context of Latin American presidential regimes the choice ...
Author: Jon Elster
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Since 1787, constituent assemblies have shaped politics. This book provides a comparative, theoretical framework for understanding them.
effort as a natural extension of their role as directly elected representatives of citizens in the political life of European institutions. They had surpassed the indirect nature of representation in previous European assemblies and ...
Author: Espen D. H. Olsen
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing USA
Category: Political Science
This book argues that European citizenship is transnational, a status that has emerged incrementally during the European integration process. Transnational Citizenship in the European Union follows an institutionalist approach and traces the development of citizenship discourse from the founding treaties of the EU to the most recent effort of constitution-making and the Lisbon Treaty. This helps demonstrate that such discourse has followed a path based on the foundational principles of free movement and non-discrimination rather than revolutionary ideas of a postnational citizenship beyond the nation-state. This in-depth analysis of citizenship in the EU takes into account the institutional configuration of membership, rights, identity, and participation. It also brings in the domestic level of the debate through the examination of national positions on reform proposals and the interplay between EU and member states conceptions of citizenship. Lastly, by investigating citizenship practices, the book helps foster understanding of how the EU works as a political system, and the relationship between European institutions and the recipients of their integrative politics , i.e., the citizens.
Already in 1993 John Ruggie was arguing that the EU was 'postmodern' and 'multiperspectival': relations between the (then) twelve ... and local, regional, national and European assemblies) are interdependent and mutually constitutive.
Author: Warwick Armstrong
Category: Political Science
Under the impact of accelerated globalization, transnational integration and international security concerns, the geopolitics of Europe's borders and border regions has become an area of critical interest. The progressive enlargement of the EU has positioned its borders at the heart of recent discussions on the changing nature of the EU, the meaning of 'Europe' and what constitutional shape a more politically unified Europe might take. With enlargement, the EU must elaborate strategies to contend with a fiercely competitive world - and to build fortress-like defences against perceived tensions arising from greater cultural mixing and threats such as terrorism. The authors build up an integral picture of the EU's internal and external borders and borderlands to reveal the processes of re-bordering and social change currently taking place in Europe. They explore issues such as security, immigration, economic development and changing social and political attitudes, as well as the EU's relations with the Islamic world and other world powers. The book embraces an array of disciplinary, ideological and theoretical perspectives, offering detailed case studies of different border regions and the concerns of the local inhabitants, while engaging in broader discussions of developments across Europe, state policies and the EU's relations with neighbouring states. Geopolitics of European Union Enlargement will be of key interest to students and researchers in the fields of European politics, geography, international studies, sociology and anthropology.
... to an elected assembly, the mandate of the EP is significantly smaller than that of national European assemblies. In the June 2004 EP elections, the turnout was 45.7%, whereas average turnouts in European national elections are in ...
Author: Mette Jolly
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Category: Political Science
The fact that the EU does not have a people means that establishing an EU-wide democracy based on analogies to domestic political systems is likely to lead to a further loss of democratic legitimacy."--BOOK JACKET.
In 1958 Schuman was unanimously elected President of the Parliamentary Assembly of the European Assemblies and acclaimed as the 'Father of Europe'. Schuman wrote widely about the European project. His papers are deposited at the ...
Author: Jonathan Chaplin
Category: Political Science
The current political, economic and financial crises facing the EU reveal a deeper cultural, indeed spiritual, malaise – a crisis in ‘the soul of Europe’. Many observers are concluding that the ‘soul of Europe’ cannot be restored to health without a new appreciation of the contribution of religion to its past and future, and especially that of its hugely important but widely neglected Christian heritage, which is alive today even amidst advancing European secularization. This book offers a fresh, constructive and critical understanding of Christian contributions to the origin and development of the EU from a variety of theological and national perspectives. It explains the Christian origins of the EU, documents the various ways in which it has been both affirmed and critiqued from diverse theological perspectives, offers expert, theologically-informed assessments of four illustrative policy areas of the EU (trade, finance, environment, science), and also reports on the place of religion in the EU, including how religious freedom is framed and how contemporary religious (including Muslim) actors relate to EU institutions and vice versa. The book fills a major gap in the current debate about the future of the European project and will be of interest to students and scholars of religion, politics and European studies.
... of our Assembly - and you will find this analysis in paragraphs 7 to 13 of my explanatory memorandum but also to compare them with those of the other two European Assemblies , the Parliament of the Six and the Assembly of WEU .
A Comparative Study of the Electoral Systems Used in Western Europe and Their Utilitiy for the Direct Election of a ... advisable to elect directly the European Assemblies should not prevent us from preparing a possible election as ...
The ESF, as a regional public space in Europe forming part of the aforementioned WSF, brought together by global justice activists ... Building on their volunteer roels as linguistic translators in European ESF preparatory assemblies, ...
Author: Jonathan Evans
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
The Routledge Handbook of Translation and Politics presents the first comprehensive, state of the art overview of the multiple ways in which ‘politics’ and ‘translation’ interact. Divided into four sections with thirty-three chapters written by a roster of international scholars, this handbook covers the translation of political ideas, the effects of political structures on translation and interpreting, the politics of translation and an array of case studies that range from the Classical Mediterranean to contemporary China. Considering established topics such as censorship, gender, translation under fascism, translators and interpreters at war, as well as emerging topics such as translation and development, the politics of localization, translation and interpreting in democratic movements, and the politics of translating popular music, the handbook offers a global and interdisciplinary introduction to the intersections between translation and interpreting studies and politics. With a substantial introduction and extensive bibliographies, this handbook is an indispensable resource for students and researchers of translation theory, politics and related areas.
In particular , they should have regard to the following considerations : ( 1 ) Constitution .-- The NATO Parliamentarians ' Conference was established by an ad hoc agreement among the national legislatures . The European assemblies ...
LINDSAY, European Assemblies, pages 60 to 62, 230 to 251. HAAs, The Unity of Europe, pages 408 to 440. BOISSON, “Partis politiques a l'Assemblée de la Communauté Européenne du Charbon et de l'Acier”, European Yearbook, volume V, ...
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In particular , they should have regard to the following considerations : ( 1 ) Constitution . The NATO Parliamentarians ' Conference was established by an ad hoc agreement among the national legislatures . The European assemblies have ...
Author: North Atlantic Assembly. Delegation from the United States
A similar situation exists in Italy, although recent developments have reinforced the relationship between Senate and regions and, hence, the regional influence.9 In Portugal, the two regional assemblies can be heard by the European ...
Author: Anna Jonsson Cornell
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
Much has changed in European constitutional law after the Lisbon Treaty, not least the efforts to increase democratic legitimacy by engaging national legislatures and introducing a stricter subsidiary review process, namely the Early Warning Mechanism (EWM). This collection looks at how national parliaments have adapted to their new roles and looks at how the new system has impacted on relations between the EU legislative bodies and national parliaments. A team of experts from across Europe explore the effect of the EWM on the national constitutional orders; analyse the regional impact of EWM and evaluate the new system of scrutiny.
The existing European assemblies lost no time in reacting to this proposal and quickly went on record as opposing the creation of a fourth assembly.12 This was not for reasons of prestige or jealousy , but because they believed that the ...
Author: Arthur Henry Robertson
Publisher: London : Stevens & Sons ; New York : Matthew Bender
E. LøCHEN, A Comparative Study of Certain European Parliamentary Assemblies, European Yearbook, Vol. 4 (1956) 150–173. K. LINDSAY, European Assemblies, The Experimental Period 1949–1959 (1960). D. SPERLING, Der Parlamentarische ...
Author: Rudolf Bernhardt
Category: Social Science
Encyclopedia of Public International Law, 5: International Organizations in General, Universal International Organizations, and Cooperation focuses on international governmental organizations and international cooperation of a universal nature. The publication first elaborates on bank for international settlements, Bretton Woods Conference (1944), Customs Cooperation Council, Dumbarton Oaks Conference (1944), financial institutions, and food and agriculture organization of the United Nations. The text then examines industrial property and international protection, Intergovernmental Committee for Migration, international administrative unions, and the International Air Transport Association. Discussions focus on traffic conferences, international protection of intellectual property, historical evolution of legal rules, special legal problem, and evaluation. The manuscript takes a look at the World Intellectual Property Organization, World Health Organization, World Food Council, voting rules in international conferences and organizations, and the Vienna Convention on the Representation of States in their Relations with International Organizations of a Universal Character. Topics include methods of voting, membership, decision-making, foundation and legal basis, functioning, and financing. The text is a valuable source of information for researchers interested in international governmental organizations and international cooperation.