Elies Steyger
Ashgate Dartmouth
Hardback
166
1995
Europe and its Members explores the changing legal and constitutional relationships between the European Union and its member states. The author shows that the division of powers between the Union and its members is far from static quite apart from constitutional changes like the Treaty of Maastricht. Regulatory powers have been gradually almost unnoticeably seeping away towards Brussels within the existing frame work of the Treaties. This raises the question of how far the Union has travelled down the path towards becoming a federation. The author concludes that though by no means yet a nation from a legal point of view the Union already has many of the trappings of a federal state.

Europe and its Members

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