EU Law in Populist Times

Crises and Prospects

Francesca Bignami (Redaktør)

EU Law in Populist Times

The rise of Euroscepticism and populist backlash pose a dramatic challenge to the EU and highlight the EU's growing legal powers over core areas of state sovereignty. Les mer
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EU Law in Populist Times

The rise of Euroscepticism and populist backlash pose a dramatic challenge to the EU and highlight the EU's growing legal powers over core areas of state sovereignty. Authored by leading academics and policymakers, this book provides a comprehensive and cutting-edge analysis of the fields of EU law at the heart of contemporary political debates - economic policy, human migration, internal security, and constitutional fundamentals at the national level. Following the specialist contributions, the conclusion draws out critical, cross-cutting lessons for improving legitimacy and advancing the rule of law, rights and democracy in sovereignty-sensitive areas of EU law. Accessible to students, this volume is an invaluable resource for researchers and scholars of EU law and politics.

1. Introduction: EU law, sovereignty, and populism Francesca Bignami; Part I. Economic Policy: 2. The future of the European economic and monetary Union: issues of constitutional law Matthias Ruffert; 3. Post-crisis economic and social policy: some thoughts on structural reforms 2.0 Philomila Tsoukala; 4. Politicized integration: the case of the Eurozone crisis Nicolas Jabko; 5. EU financial regulation after the neoliberal moment Elliot Posner; 6. The Euro crisis and the transformation of the European political system Renaud Dehousse; Part II. Human Migration: 7. On equal treatment, social justice and the introduction of parliamentarism in the European Union Ulf OEberg and Nathalie Leyns; 8. The emerging architecture of EU asylum policy: insights into the administrative governance of the common European asylum system Evangelia Tsourdi; 9. Databases for non-EU nationals and the right to private life: towards a system of generalised surveillance of movement? Niovi Vavoula; Part III. Internal Security: 10. The EU and international terrorism: promoting free movement of persons, the right to privacy, and security Gilles de Kerchove and Christiane Hoehn; 11. The preventive tun in European security policy: towards a rule of law crisis? Valsamis Mitsilegas; 12. The opening salvo: the CLOUD Act, e-evidence proposals, and EU-US discussions regarding law enforcement access to data across borders Jennifer Daskal; 13. Preserving article 8 in times of crisis: constraining derogations from the European Convention on Human Rights Marc Rotenberg and Eleni Kyriakides; 14. Progress and failure in the area of freedom, security, and justice Emilio De Capitani; Part IV. Constitutional Fundamentals: 15. Defending democracy in EU member states: beyond article 7 TEU Kim Lane Scheppele and R. Daniel Kelemen; 16. The politics of resentment and first principles in the European Court of Justice Tomasz Tadeusz Koncewicz; 17. The populist backlash against Europe: why only alternative economic and social policies can stop the rise of populism in Europe Bojan Bugaric; 18. The democratic disconnect, the power-legitimacy nexus, and the future of EU governance Peter L. Lindseth; 19. Conclusion: rule of law, rights, and democracy in sovereignty-sensitive domains Francesca Bignami.

A state-of-the-art analysis of the contentious areas of EU law that have been put in the spotlight by populism.

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