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  • Home truths about the Euro crisis - Dublin European Institute
    adopted in response to the crisis I have some reflections on this and especially on high and rising unemployment here Posted in Commentary Economic crisis reform European Parliament Eurozone governance ECB Ireland in Europe Single market Social policy Uncategorized Post navigation Another German problem Austerity in the Eurozone periphery Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published Required fields are marked Name Email Website Comment Categories Commentary Council of Europe Democracy Legitimacy Public opinion Economic crisis reform EU Council EU law ECJ Eurocrisis Europe s neighbourhood European Commission European Council Summits European Parliament Eurozone governance ECB Fiscal Treaty Foreign and Security Policy Future of the EU Human rights Immigration Schengen Institutional Reform Ireland in Europe Justice and home affairs Legislative decision making National politics elections Research Single market Social policy Taxation Transparency Uncategorized Recent Posts Schuld I Stay or Schuld I Go Germany Greece and the Politics of Debt and Blame Ideology Morality and Rationality The Uncomfortable Bedfellows of European Integration Saving capitalism for the few or the many Social Democracy a Second Leviathan Money for Nothing Is QE increasing inequality Recent Comments Sean Daly on This time it s different The prospects for change in

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  • N.Hardiman - Dublin European Institute
    Spain and Portugal Aidan Regan and I wrote the article on Ireland As we know well here in Ireland they re an oddly sorted bunch because each faces a rather different set of domestic policy challenges Each also has problems that need to be addressed in Home truths about the Euro crisis January 11 2013 January 11 2013 N Hardiman Tweet Jean Claude Juncker said some remarkably candid things to the European parliament yesterday His role as the chair of the Eurozone group of countries has given him limited scope to speak freely to date Indeed he s someone who is quoted as saying I m for secret dark debates Now that he s about to step down he s made some The full Monti September 21 2012 September 25 2012 N Hardiman Tweet Aidan Regan at the EUI has a fascinating account of Mario Monti s thoughts on a range of European issues here Monti is particularly keen on increasing the capacity for effective decision making at European level and indeed the slow motion political response to the crisis in the Eurozone has revealed how badly this is needed Monti wants The politics of the Eurozone after the Greek election June 19 2012 N Hardiman Tweet I ve posted some thoughts on this on Crooked Timber here Categories Commentary Council of Europe Democracy Legitimacy Public opinion Economic crisis reform EU Council EU law ECJ Eurocrisis Europe s neighbourhood European Commission European Council Summits European Parliament Eurozone governance ECB Fiscal Treaty Foreign and Security Policy Future of the EU Human rights Immigration Schengen Institutional Reform Ireland in Europe Justice and home affairs Legislative decision making National politics elections Research Single market Social policy Taxation Transparency Uncategorized Recent Posts Schuld I Stay or Schuld I Go Germany Greece and the Politics

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  • Another German problem? - Dublin European Institute
    today s Irish Times Posted in Commentary Post navigation Brigid Laffan honoured for accomplishments on Europe Home truths about the Euro crisis Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published Required fields are marked Name Email Website Comment Categories Commentary Council of Europe Democracy Legitimacy Public opinion Economic crisis reform EU Council EU law ECJ Eurocrisis Europe s neighbourhood European Commission European Council Summits European Parliament Eurozone governance ECB Fiscal Treaty Foreign and Security Policy Future of the EU Human rights Immigration Schengen Institutional Reform Ireland in Europe Justice and home affairs Legislative decision making National politics elections Research Single market Social policy Taxation Transparency Uncategorized Recent Posts Schuld I Stay or Schuld I Go Germany Greece and the Politics of Debt and Blame Ideology Morality and Rationality The Uncomfortable Bedfellows of European Integration Saving capitalism for the few or the many Social Democracy a Second Leviathan Money for Nothing Is QE increasing inequality Recent Comments Sean Daly on This time it s different The prospects for change in the European elections Miriam Cotton on Local and European Elections Populist Politics or Effective Problem Solvers Archives January 2016 December 2015 November 2015 October 2015 September 2015

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  • Does the EU have a German problem? - Dublin European Institute
    decision making is remarkably similar to what one has long heard from British eurosceptics on the right Two thoughts come to mind when I reflect on this debate First yes people across Europe need to raise their voices against the Merkl government s single minded pursuit of austerity But second this debate needs a good dose of realism we must consider what role Germany might be playing in Europe today without the EU to temper its political preferences After all Germany is not a European charity it s a state like its 26 EU counterparts with its own domestic politics and its own foreign policy interests This is not to say that Germany would revert to patterns of the 1930s 40s but big states tend to throw their weight around and a line of countries requesting German money for bailouts makes this all the more likely It is not far fetched to imagine that without the EU German domestic politics would either make it impossible for any government in Berlin to devote any significant sums of taxpayers money to help other countries in financial trouble or require that the government insist on even more draconian conditions than those imposed by the EC ECB in its programmes for Greece Ireland and Portugal Posted in Commentary Future of the EU Post navigation Back to the future again Jews as a national security risk Brigid Laffan honoured for accomplishments on Europe Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published Required fields are marked Name Email Website Comment Categories Commentary Council of Europe Democracy Legitimacy Public opinion Economic crisis reform EU Council EU law ECJ Eurocrisis Europe s neighbourhood European Commission European Council Summits European Parliament Eurozone governance ECB Fiscal Treaty Foreign and Security Policy Future of the EU Human

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  • Back to the future, again: Jews as a "national security risk" - Dublin European Institute
    granted in Europe If you re interested in this topic see my other recent postings about neo fascism on this blog Posted in Commentary Democracy Legitimacy Public opinion Human rights Post navigation Another look at Europe s New Fascists Does the EU have a German problem Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published Required fields are marked Name Email Website Comment Categories Commentary Council of Europe Democracy Legitimacy Public opinion Economic crisis reform EU Council EU law ECJ Eurocrisis Europe s neighbourhood European Commission European Council Summits European Parliament Eurozone governance ECB Fiscal Treaty Foreign and Security Policy Future of the EU Human rights Immigration Schengen Institutional Reform Ireland in Europe Justice and home affairs Legislative decision making National politics elections Research Single market Social policy Taxation Transparency Uncategorized Recent Posts Schuld I Stay or Schuld I Go Germany Greece and the Politics of Debt and Blame Ideology Morality and Rationality The Uncomfortable Bedfellows of European Integration Saving capitalism for the few or the many Social Democracy a Second Leviathan Money for Nothing Is QE increasing inequality Recent Comments Sean Daly on This time it s different The prospects for change in the European elections

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  • The EU and Fundamental Rights: Perspectives on the EU-ECHR relationship - Dublin European Institute
    law esp M S S v Belgium and Greece Ullens de Schooten and Rezabek v Belgium Bayatyan v Armenia the spontaneous solutions developed by the Strasbourg Court to deal with the norms of the EU legal order whether the Court has been confronted with it or inspired by it in particular by the now binding Charter The analysis considers how the ECtHR has taken on a prominent role in the interferences between the case law of both courts in this regard and questions how it will be able to assume this responsibility when the ECtHR exercises a direct review of EU norms The paper argues that while accession will normalize the ECHR EU relationships it will put extreme pressure on the Strasbourg Court In addition to the considerable workload and once procedural and technical issues will be dealt with in the accession agreement the Court will have to deal with more substantial issues regarding its treatment of EU law such as for instance the future of the Bosphorus test or the legitimacy of reliance on the Charter when identifying a consensus in its case law These issues are specifically linked to its interaction with EU law and its degree of review of EU acts post accession they are also very much linked to the more existential issue about the role of the ECtHR per se and the kind of justice individual institutional or constitutional it ought to deliver in the future to successfully control and adjust the protection of fundamental rights in Europe for the benefit of the individuals Posted in Council of Europe EU Council EU law ECJ Future of the EU Human rights Institutional Reform Research Post navigation Fear vs Anger Arriving at a Conclusion Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published Required

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  • ML.Paris - Dublin European Institute
    Adjustments of Systems and Mutual Influences The French version of this paper can be found at http ssrn com abstract 2044855 It will be published in L Union européenne et les droits fondamentaux les Categories Commentary Council of Europe Democracy Legitimacy Public opinion Economic crisis reform EU Council EU law ECJ Eurocrisis Europe s neighbourhood European Commission European Council Summits European Parliament Eurozone governance ECB Fiscal Treaty Foreign and Security Policy Future of the EU Human rights Immigration Schengen Institutional Reform Ireland in Europe Justice and home affairs Legislative decision making National politics elections Research Single market Social policy Taxation Transparency Uncategorized Recent Posts Schuld I Stay or Schuld I Go Germany Greece and the Politics of Debt and Blame Ideology Morality and Rationality The Uncomfortable Bedfellows of European Integration Saving capitalism for the few or the many Social Democracy a Second Leviathan Money for Nothing Is QE increasing inequality Recent Comments Sean Daly on This time it s different The prospects for change in the European elections Miriam Cotton on Local and European Elections Populist Politics or Effective Problem Solvers Archives January 2016 December 2015 November 2015 October 2015 September 2015 August 2015 July 2015 June 2015 May 2015

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  • European migration policy and the Greek crisis it is provoking - Dublin European Institute
    European Convention of Human Rights to seek asylum status there Greece doesn t have the resources to provide adequate social services and the justice system is grossly inadequate to deal with the demands put on it This means that large numbers of people are cast adrift in Greece in a legal limbo and with no resources They are then at the mercy not only of highly repressive policing but of the fascist organization Golden Dawn whose growing influence is now also starting to contaminate the political discourse of other political parties A new internet crowd released film Into the Fire documents the human face on what s going on I have some further thoughts about the European context of Greece s problems and about Irish policy too over on Crooked Timber Posted in Economic crisis reform Human rights Immigration Schengen Social policy Post navigation Enough is enough it s time to sanction Hungary Armaments corruption and debt Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published Required fields are marked Name Email Website Comment Categories Commentary Council of Europe Democracy Legitimacy Public opinion Economic crisis reform EU Council EU law ECJ Eurocrisis Europe s neighbourhood European Commission European Council Summits European Parliament Eurozone governance ECB Fiscal Treaty Foreign and Security Policy Future of the EU Human rights Immigration Schengen Institutional Reform Ireland in Europe Justice and home affairs Legislative decision making National politics elections Research Single market Social policy Taxation Transparency Uncategorized Recent Posts Schuld I Stay or Schuld I Go Germany Greece and the Politics of Debt and Blame Ideology Morality and Rationality The Uncomfortable Bedfellows of European Integration Saving capitalism for the few or the many Social Democracy a Second Leviathan Money for Nothing Is QE increasing inequality Recent Comments Sean Daly on This time

    Original URL path: http://europedebate.ie/european-migration-policy-greek-crisis-provoking/ (2016-02-10)
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