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The Abyss of Complexity. Some Remarks on European and German Law in the Migration Crisis

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  • Sölter, Nicolas

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This article focusses on dysfunctions of European and German law in the face of mass migration. In particular, it reflects the German debate on the relation of domestic constitutional provisions and EU asylum law.

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  • Sölter, Nicolas, 2016. "The Abyss of Complexity. Some Remarks on European and German Law in the Migration Crisis," Institute of European Studies, Working Paper Series qt4px3g37h, Institute of European Studies, UC Berkeley.
  • Handle: RePEc:cdl:bineur:qt4px3g37h
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    Law; Refugee Crisis; Migration Crisis; Dublin Regulation; Temporary Protection Directive; Separation of Powers; Federal Loyalty;

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