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The voting systems in the Council of the EU and the Bundesrat – What do they tell us about European Federalism?

References · Albert Max, 2003, ‘The Voting Power Approach: Measurement without Theory’, European Union Politics, IV(3): 351-366. · Albert Max, 2004, ‘The voting Power Approach: Unresolved Ambiguities’, European Union Politics, V(1): 139-146. · Baldwin Richard and Widgrén Mika, 2004, ‘Winners and losers under various dual-majority voting rules for the EU’s Council of Ministers’, CEPS Policy Brief, 50, 1-35. · Banzhaf John F., 1965, ‘Weighted voting does not work: A mathematical analysis’, Rutgers

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Investor-State Dispute Settlement and the Future of the Precautionary Principle

states, progress at the WTO has foundered on: “confrontations between states”; the increasingly complex nature of the negotiations which have moved from concerns with tariffs to complex technical matters such as phytosanitary protection and intellectual property; and the rise of “concerns on sovereignty.” Viviane de Beaufort, The European Union and the New Face(s) of International Trade , 1 Int. Bus. L. I. 39, 41 (2015). As a result multilateralism on the WTO model has suffered a decline in popularity originating in “a general lack of enthusiasm from states and

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Differentiated integration contingent on objective ability: a federalist critique

· Avbelj Matej, 2017, ‘What Future for the European Union?’, WZB Discussion Paper SP IV 2017-802, available at: https://ssrn.com/abstract=3009672. · Börzel Tanja, 2003, 'What Can Federalism Teach Us About the European Union? The German Experience’, Paper prepared for the Conference “Governing together in the New Europe”, Robinson College, Cambridge, 12-13 April 2003, available at: https://www.chathamhouse.org/sites/files/chathamhouse/public/Research/Europe/borzel.pdf. · Burgess Michael, 2009, ‘Federalism’ in Wiener Antje and Diez Thomas

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Another Brick in the Whole. The Case-Law of the Court of Justice on Free Movement and Its Possible Impact on European Criminal Law

and Balancing in the Area of Freedom Security and Justice: A Proportionate Answer for a Europe of Rights?’, in European Public Law , XIX(4): 759–788. • Fontanelli Filippo, 2014a, ‘The Implementation of European Union Law by Member States Under Article 51(1) of the Charter of Fundamental Rights’, in Columbia Journal of European Law , XX(2): 194-247. • Fontanelli Filippo, 2014b, ‘National Measures and the Application of the Charter of Fundamental Rights to National Measures - Does curia.eu Know iura.eu?’, in Human Rights Law Review , XIV(2): 231

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Inter-parliamentary cooperation as a means for reinforcing joint scrutiny in the EU: upgrading existing mechanisms and creating new ones

, ‘Executive-legislative relations and inter-parliamentary cooperation in federal systems – lessons for the European Union’, Journal of European Public Policy , XXIV(4): 520-543. • Brack Nathalie, 2015, ‘The roles of Eurosceptic Members of the European Parliament and their implications for the EU’, International Political Science Review , XXXVI(3): 337–350. • Butler Graham, 2015, ‘The Interparliamentary Conference on CFSP/CSDP: A new forum for the Oireachtas in Irish and EU foreign policy?’, Irish Studies in International Affairs , XXVI: 163

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Environmental subsidiarity in the EU: or halfway to green federalism?

/02, European Institute of Public Administration. Available at: http://www.eipa.eu/files/repository/eipascope/20130117091515_Eipascope2012_2web.pdf (retrieved on October 7, 2018). • Barnard Catherine and Peers Steve, 2014, European Union Law , Oxford University Press, Oxford. • Bell Stuart, McGillivray Donald and Pedersen Ole W., 2013, Environmental Law , 8 th ed., Oxford University Press, Oxford. • Van den Bergh Roger, Faure Michael and Lefevere Jurgen, 1996, ‘The Subsidiarity Principle in European Environmental Law: An Economic Analysis’, in Eide

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Inter-parliamentary cooperation and its administrators

References • ALLEA, 2007, The European Code of Conduct for Research Integrity , ALLEA - All European Academies, Berlin. • Amrani Hafnaoui, 2008, The challenges of Parliamentary Administration in African countries: The case of Algeria , Inter-Parliamentary Union. • Blischke Werner, 1981, ‘Parliamentary staffs in the German Bundestag’, Legislative Studies Quarterly , VI(4): 533–558. • Campbell Stanley and Laporte Jean, 1981, ‘The Staff of the Parliamentary Assemblies in France’, Legislative Studies Quarterly , VI(4): 521

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The Contribution of COSAC to Joint Parliamentary Scrutiny in the EU: A Practitioner’s View

References • Auel Katrin and Benz Arthur, 2005, ‘The Politics of Adaptation: the Europeanisation of National Parliamentary Systems’, Journal of Legislative Studies , XI(3-4): 372-393. • Auel Katrin and Christiansen Thomas, 2015, ‘After Lisbon: NPs in the European Union’, West European Politics , XXXVIII(2): 261-281. • Besselink Leonard, 2007, A composite European Constitution , Europa Law Publishing, Groningen. • Cooper Ian, 2012, ‘A “Virtual Third Chamber” for the European Union? National Parliaments after the Treaty of Lisbon’, West

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Transnational Parliamentarism and the Dynamics of the IPC CFSP/CSDP: Policy-making, Accountability and Cooperation

Review , I(2): 249-271. • Crum Ben and Fossum John Erik (eds), 2013, Practices of Inter-parliamentary Coordination in International Politics: The European Union and Beyond , ECPR Press, Colchester. • Cutler Robert M., 2006, ‘The OSCE’s Parliamentary Diplomacy in Central Asia and the South Caucasus in Comparative Perspective’, Studia Diplomatica , XXIX(2): 79-93. • De Vrieze Frank, 2015, Study on Parliamentary Cooperation: Mapping and Analysis of International Parliamentary Institutions and Parliamentary Networks in the Western Balkans and South

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Introduction To U.S. Free Trade Agreements

). Slowly progressing negotiations are underway with the European Union (EU), which if and when successful would add another twenty-eight countries as FTA partners. SeeEU Commission , The Transatlantic Trade Investment Partnership, available at http://ec.europa.eu/trade/policy/in-focus/ttip (last visited Mar. 26, 2016). Should the U.K. withdraw from the EU, as seems highly likely as of October 2016, the number would of course be reduced to 27. U.S. policy has also shifted from seeing free trade agreements as a second best approach to trade liberalization to one where

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