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Practices of interparliamentary coordination in international politics

  1. TitlePractices of interparliamentary coordination in international politics : the European Union and beyond / edited by Ben Crum and John Erik Fossum
    Another authors Crum, Ben (Editor)
    Fossum, Erik John, 1956- (Editor)
    Issue1st ed.
    PublicationColchester : ECPR Press, 2013
    Scopexvi, 309 s. : il. ; 24 cm
    CountryUnited Kingdom
    LanguageEnglish
    Edition ECPR Studies in European political science
    NoteObsahuje bibliografické odkazy, bibliografii a rejstřík
    Annotation"A growing number of political decisions are taken at the international level, many of which have profound national political implications. What is the role of parliaments here? Are they becoming sidelined or reasserting themselves? This book investigates how an internationalizing context drives parliamentarians to coordinate their work with colleagues in other parliaments and how this coordination can help them to strengthen their position. Furthermore, the book seeks to clarify the broader implications of inter-parliamentary coordination for the practice and the theory of democracy. While the majority of the chapters examine inter-parliamentary relations in the European Union, as it seems particularly prone to such practices, the book also contains chapters that compare the EU experience with parliamentary coordination in other international organisations, such as NATO and the WTO."--Hebis
    Výrazy tezauru členský stát EU * meziparlamentní spolupráce * mezinárodní politika
    Klasifikační znaky0421 - Parlament
    0806 - Mezinárodní politika
    ISBN978-1-907301-30-8
    Copy count1, currently available 1
    Document kindStudie
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    Practices of interparliamentary coordination in international politics

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