Rashomon in Karlsruhe - A reflection on Democracy and Identity in the European Union
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Keywordsconstitutional change; court politics; deliberative democracy; democracy; democratization; democratization; differentiation; discourse; diversity/homogeneity; diversity/homogeneity; European identity; European public space; European Public Sphere; identity; multilevel governance; multilevel governance; national autonomy; national interest; nationality; Nation-state; Nation-state; EU Charter of Fundamental Rights; European citizenship; fundamental/human rights; German Constitutional Court; judicial review; rule of law; subsidiarity; supremacy; Constitution for Europe; enlargement; European Convention; founding Treaties; Treaty on European Union; treaty reform; accountability; budgetary procedure; co-decision procedure; decentralisation; institutions; joint decision making; legislative procedure; majority voting; MEPs; national parliaments; qualified majority; unanimity; European Court of Justice; European Court of Justice; Germany; history; law; political science;
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