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In 1989, the European project was at the crossroads. The reaction of Europe to the fall of the Berlin wall was creation of the European Union and integration of former communist states of Eastern Europe. Now the enlargement process is continuing towards the South-East Europe. Immense challenges posed by the market integration imperative and democratic transition have brought about different reactions in national legal systems and legal cultures of both, old and new Member States. The Europe has re-united, but how about the convergence of national legal cultures? This volume seeks to discuss the questions of reactions to europeanization and globalization at times of economic distress, including emerging re-nationalization of European policies, notably of the enlargement policy. The question is how to ensure the progress of European integration and maintain national identity.
Content Level »Research
Keywords »EU Antidiscrimination law - EU law reform - Europeanization - Fundamental Rights