Feyza Basar


Research Handbook on the Politics of EU Law edited by Paul James Cardwell and Marie-Pierre Granger is a significant contribution to the literature on the European Integration. The book covers many topics ranging from the institutional order to system of governance and the EU’s substantive areas such as free movements, human rights, social policies and international relations where law and politics meet, complement and, sometimes, challenge each other. It is a multi-dimensional book and a useful reference guide for both legal academics and scholars from other disciplines who have strong interest in the EU’s political integration through law.  


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EU Politics, EU Law, European Integration, Human Rights, Freedom of Movement

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