POSTS BY András Jakab

Formal and Informal Elements of Institution-Building. A Comment on Armin von Bogdandy and Michael Ioannidis

The fact that Greece seems to be in trouble again should be considered an opportunity! Response by András Jakab to v. Bogdandy/Ioannidis’ suggestion to use the Greek diaspora as a tool for a new approach to institution building.

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Why the Debate between Kumm and Armstrong is about the Wrong Question

We can achieve a parliamentary system under the current EU legal regime, if politicians in the European Parliament have the ambition to take the necessary steps. If that happens then it will only be an academic question whether it follows from the treaties as a legal duty or whether it is just political reality and non-legal constitutional convention which were merely allowed by the legal rules.

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Supremacy of the EU Charter in National Courts in Purely Domestic Cases

The European Union is not just a community based on common interests but is also a community of values. These values are peace, democracy, the rule of law and human rights. If the EU does not want to lose its credibility, it has a duty to defend all of these values to the greatest extent […]

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