Issue 1/2016 of integration published

In the new issue of integration, Christian Rauh and Michael Zürn describe the politi­cization of the European Union and its potential to create a more democ­ratic path of European integration. Oliver Höing illus­trates the constraints of the European Stability Mechanism concerning the stabi­lization of the Euro zone. Ludwig Gramlich and Claudia Conen discuss new alter­native solutions for the procedure of investor-state dispute settlement. Elmar Brok elabo­rates four megatrends and self-made problems as greatest threats to the existence of the European Union. Marius Michalski’s collective review discusses works on the European parlia­mentary election of 2014 and a further one by Christoph Schewe textbooks on European Union law. The ‘Arbeit­skreis Europäische Integration’ reports on confer­ences about politi­cization and Europeanization as well as federal perspec­tives in the ongoing EU reform debate and on the ceremonial act in honour of Professor Dr. Dr. h.c. mult Peter-Christian Müller-Graff.

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