Routledge advances in European politics ; 47.
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Includes bibliographical references (pages -305) and index.
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chapter 1 Introduction: Deparliamentarization and European integration / JOHN O'BRENNAN AND TAPIO RAUNIO part PART I National parliaments and European integration chapter 2 Accountability through national parliaments: Practice and problems / MUIRIS MACCARTHAIGH chapter 3 Interparliamentary cooperation within Europe / CHRISTINA BENGTSON chapter 4 European scrutiny in national parliaments: Individual efforts in the collective interest? / PHILIPP KIIVER chapter 5 National legislatures in the EU Constitutional Treaty / TAPIO RAUNIO part PART II National parliaments in the 'old' European Union chapter 6 The European Union in national parliaments: Domestic or foreign policy? A study of Nordic parliamentary systems / HANS HEGELAND chapter 7 South European national parliaments and the European Union: An inconsistent reactive revival / JOSÉ MAGONE chapter 8 The French Assemblée Nationale and the German Bundestag in the European Union: Towards convergence in the 'old' Europe? / CARINA SPRUNGK chapter 9 Scrutiny of EU legislation in the UK parliament: The first thirty years ... and beyond? / ADAM CYGAN chapter 10 Ireland: enhanced parliamentary scrutiny of European affairs: But is it effective? / PATRICIA CONLAN part PART III National parliaments in the new member states chapter 11 The Polish parliament and EU affairs: an effective actor or an accidental hero? ADAM ̃AZOWSKI chapter 12 The role of the Hungarian National Assembly in EU policy- making after accession to the Union: a mute witness or a true controller? / ENIKO ́ ́ GYO ́ ́RI chapter 13 The National Assembly of the Republic of Slovenia and EU affairs before and after accession PRIMO¦ VEHAR chapter 14 Parliamentary involvement in the EU accession process: The Bulgarian experience / PAVLINA STOYKOVA chapter 15 Conclusion: National parliaments gradually learning to play the European game? / JOHN O'BRENNAN AND TAPIO RAUNIO.