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Political Research Exchange

European Integration, Devolution and Secession

European Union
 
Federalism
 
Integration
 
Nationalism
 
Political Parties
 
Regionalism
 
Panel Number
P148
Panel Chair
Paolo Dardanelli
University of Kent
Panel Discussant
Sean Mueller
Universität Bern

Time
23/08/2018 15:50 - 17:30
Location
Building: VMP 5 Floor: 2 Room: 2071
Abstract
The panel brings together papers that address the connections between the process of European integration and processes of devolution and secession within the European states. It includes papers treating integration both as an independent and a dependent variable, i.e. exploring the impact of integration on devolution and secession as well as the consequences of devolution and secession for integration. The five papers cover, in particular, perceptions of the EU macro-regional strategy in the Alpine area; parties’ exploitation of the European dimension in relation to state restructuring; the adoption of exit clauses in federal and quasi-federal systems; secessionism as a potential outcome of the EU multilevel governance; and the connections between Serbia’s EU accession strategy and its counter-secession strategy vis-à-vis Kosovo.

Paper List


Title Details
European Integration and State Restructuring View Paper Details
Heterogeneity, Vetoes and Exit Clauses in Federal Systems View Paper Details
Integrating While Disintegrating? The Entangled Nature of Serbia’s EU Integration Process and its Struggle for Kosovo View Paper Details
Secessionism as a Potential Outcome of the EU’s Multi-Level Governance: A Catalyst for Harder Euroscepticism View Paper Details
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