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The changes undermining the functioning of a constitutional democracy

Authors: FLECK, Zoltán; KOVÁCS, Ágnes; KÖRTVÉLYESI, Zsolt; MÉSZÁROS, Gábor; POLYÁK, Gábor
Year: 2022
Abstract: This paper reviews the changes that relate to institutions that play a central role in maintaining a functioning democracy. The chapters document how …

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Is the EU toothless? : an assessment of the EU rule of law enforcement toolkit

Authors: BÁRD, Petra Dóra; CHRONOWSKI, Nóra; FLECK, Zoltán; KOVÁCS, Ágnes; KÖRTVÉLYESI, Zsolt; MÉSZÁROS, Gábor
Year: 2022
Abstract: This paper lists and critically assesses European Rule of Law enforcement instruments. It argues that these could have provided dissuasive responses …

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The Hungarian constitutional court and the abusive constitutionalism

Authors: CHRONOWSKI, Nóra; KOVÁCS, Ágnes; KÖRTVÉLYESI, Zsolt; MÉSZÁROS, Gábor
Year: 2022
Abstract: As part of the paper series on the rule of law backsliding in Hungary in the past decade this article focuses on the role of the Constitutional …

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Time to deliver? : assessing the action plan on the European pillar of social rights

Authors: RAINONE, Silvia; ALOISI, Antonio
Year: 2021
Abstract: The Action Plan on the European Pillar of Social Rights (EPSR) and the Porto Social Summit have created a momentum for the enhancement of the social …

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Platform work in the EU : lessons learned, legal developments and challenges ahead

Author: ALOISI, Antonio
Year: 2020
Abstract: This paper is organised as follows. Aside from discussing the key lessons gleaned from previous studies on platform work, Section 2 briefly touches …

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Rule without law in Hungary : the decade of abusive permanent state of exception

Author: MÉSZÁROS, Gábor
Year: 2022
Abstract: Since the Fidesz-KDNP coalition’s success at the elections in Hungary in 2010, democracy and democratic tolerance have been used for their own …

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The discursive performance of EU digital sovereignty : three co-performances

Author: CONG, Wanshu
Year: 2021
Abstract: Digital sovereignty is now being spoken about regularly at both the EU and member state levels. While the notion expresses the EU’s intention to …

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We lost - But who won the war in Afghanistan : critical lessons for future Western engagement

Author: STEVENS, Friso
Year: 2021
Abstract: Far from an “orderly drawdown” and without conferring with NATO allies, President Biden in April announced the end of the US engagement in …

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