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Who Decides in Last Resort? Elected Officials and Judges in Historical Perspective
Domestic Policy Dimensions and European Union Negotiations: Voting Rules in the Council
Where are Europe's Borders?
1989: A Twenty-Year Balance Sheet of that Annus Mirabilis
Eventful Protest, Global Conflicts
From Transition to Hegemony: Extending the Cultural Politics of Military Alliances and Energy Security
Europe's Political and Economic Challenges
From Revolution to Reintegration: Romania's Return to Europe
Europe: Heir to the Ages or Pregnant Widow
Europe: The Tragic Continent
The Role of Greece in the Discourse of Modernity
The Unintended Consequences of European Power
Experiences of Discrimination Reported by Turkish, Moroccan and Bangladeshi Muslims in Three European Cities
One for Some or One for All? Taylor Rules and the Inter-Regional Unemployment Dispersion Puzzle
Enlightenment, Emancipation, and National Identity: Koraes and the Ancients
With or without you...judging politically in the field of Area of Freedom, Security and Justice
Transitional Justice in Post-Conflict Societies of Former Yugoslavia
Will the Universities Survive European Integration? Higher Education Policies in the EU and in the Netherlands before and after the Bologna Declaration
The Three Models of Church-State Condominium
Which Form of Accountable Government for the European Union?
Comparative Fiscal Federalism: What can the U.S. Supreme Court and the European Court of Justice Learn from each other's Tax Jurisprudence?
The Double Challenge of Globalisation and Regionalisation
The EU Essential Facilities Doctrine
Why the Open Method of Coordination (OMC) is bad for you: A Letter to the EU
Who Are the Europeans and Why Does That Matter for Politics?
The Many Faces of the EU: A Guide
Managing the Global Firm: Appliying the Lessons of a Transatlantic Merger
Haunting Europe: Some Modernist Uses of Hellenism
Beyond George W. Bush, Texas and the Current Administration Policies