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Annotated Bibliography: European Union

The author quotes Czech leaders on the issue. This permits one to trace attitudes over time.

Anonymous. "EU Institutions & Democracy Under the

Constitution," Foreign Policy, March-April 2005, 147,

This article offers an overview of important elements in the new EU constitution. It suggests that the Constitution offers a viable democratic framework for meaningful Member participation in the EU and its various agencies and organs. It also indicates that Members will surrender some aspects of autonomy to the new EU organs.

Anonymous. "The European Constitutional Treaty: Advancing

European Integration." Foreign Policy, March-April

This article delineates the elements of the new EU Constitution that are most likely to change the relative relationships among Members. It addresses issues regarding the influence of the EU organs and agencies and the trade-offs between national autonomy and regional integration that are likely to become necessary. It suggests that the EU Constitution offers a viable framework for further integration of the various Members, but also comments that not all Members will enjoy similar status or advantages.

Anonymous. "Back to the Future." Legal Issues of Economic

Integration, Spring 2005, 32 (1), pp. 12.

This article briefly summarizes some of the overarching issues

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