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Nasiya Daminova

BIBLIOGRAPHY 1. Arestis, George. “Fundamental rights in the EU: three years after Lisbon, the Luxembourg perspective.” Research Paper in Law No. 2/2013 (2012): 1-13 // . 2. Arnull, Anthony. “The Principle of Effective Judicial Protection in EU Law: An Unruly Horse?” European Law Review No. 36 (2011): 51–70. 3. Benvenisti, Eyal, and George Downs. “The Premises, Assumptions, and Implications of Van Gend en Loos : Viewed from the Perspectives of Democracy and Legitimacy of International Institutions.” European

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Julija Kalpokienė and Ignas Kalpokas

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Wolfgang Polasek and Richard Sellner

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Ana Pantea

(16+1), Bucharest, October 11, 2017, (accessed December 2, 2017). [35] For further reference, please see Richard Turcsányi, "Central and Eastern Europe’s courtship with China: Trojan horse within the EU?", in EU-Asia at a Glance, European Institute for Asian Studies, January, 2014, (accessed April 12, 2017); and Dragan Pavlićević, "China in Central and Eastern Europe: 4 Myths", The Diplomat, June 16, 2016, https