Issue 4/2016 of integration published

In the new issue of integration, Peter-Christian Müller-Graff analyses the legal situation of the European Union prior to the notifi­cation of Great Britain’s withdrawal from its membership in the Union, in case the result of the refer­endum will be ignored and after the notifi­cation to the European Council. Against the background of Europe’s multiple crises, Julia Klein deals with growing euroscep­tical and populist tendencies in the European Union. She presents the ideological and strate­gical charac­ter­istics of europop­ulist parties and asks whether there is a genuine “europe­pop­ulism” in the European party system. The current Multi­annual Financial Framework (2014–2020) and why the European Union failed to provide a strong focus on a future-oriented growth policy is the main focus of Robert Kaiser’s and Heiko Prange-Gstöhl’s article. Christian Baldus analyses the role of private law in present security discourses in the light of changing narra­tives of European integration. Eckhard Jesse’s collective review discusses works on the current and future situation of European integration. Besides the report on IEP’s 2016 Annual Conference on challenges of the ‘refugee crisis’ for the European Union, the ‘Arbeit­skreis Europäische Integration’ reports on confer­ences about Normative Power Europe, migration policy and data protection.

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