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  • Author:
    Alex Warleigh,Richard Bellamy
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    0826453473
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    978-0826453471
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    Continuum Intl Pub Group (Sd) (August 15, 2001)
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    256 pages
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European University Institute. The emergence of citizenship in a supranational entity such as the European Union has challenged the common understandings of citizenship and raised numerous debates about the scope of the concept (Schmitter, 1996; Shaw, 1998; Bellamy and Warleigh, 2001 ). " If such a political entity, which is best defined as a polity in-themaking offers citizenship rights despite the fact that a national state is not the final goal, then the questions at hand are What does union citizenship entail?.

European citizenship has been a key issue since the Treaty of Maastricht. Both governmental and non-governmental actors have seen the extension of the citizenship provisions as an important part of the drive to democratize the EU. Recent years have seen some important institutional and political developments. Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia.

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This book addresses both groups. Part 1 Citizenship and governance in the European Union: introduction - the puzzle of EU citizenship, Richard Bellamy and Alex Warleigh; purposeful opportunists? EU institutions and the struggle over European citizenship, Alex Warleigh; the "right to have rights" - citizenship practice and the political constitution of the European Union, Richard Bellamy.

Co-authors Evaluating Union citizenship: belonging . From an Ethics of Integration to an Ethics of Participation: Citizenship and the Future of the European Union. R Bellamy, A Warleigh. Millennium 27 (3), 447-468, 1998.

Evaluating Union citizenship: belonging, rights and participation within the EU. R Bellamy. Citizenship studies 12 (6), 597-611, 2008.

In Citizenship and governance in the European Union, Eds. Bellamy Richard and Warleigh Alex . Spheres of justice: A defence of pluralism and equality. Basic Books In. oogle Scholar. Bellamy Richard and Warleigh Alex, Continuum. D’Oliveira, H. Jessurun. Democracy and the European Union: Theory, practice and reform.

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European citizenship has been a key issue since the Treaty of Maastricht. Both governmental and non-governmental actors have seen the extension of the citizenship provision as an important part of the drive to democratize the EU. Recent years have seen some important institutional and political developments. The Treaty of Amsterdam clarified the formal allocation of citizenship rights, emphasizing the complementary nature of EU citizenship with respect to member state nationality. European citizenship has attracted the attention of both EU and citizen scholars. However, these groups frequently talk past each other. This book addresses both groups. Contributions link citizenship not only to the Treaty provisions but also to the emerging pattern of governance in, and the policy regimes of, the EU. Normative and empirical analysis is combined to reveal the political, legal, economic and social dimensions of this new status, charting its development through the practices of both the EU institutions and its holders, EU citizens themselves. The authors argue that EU citizenship is about far more than the rights member state nationals are granted by the Treaty. It is also steeped in the policies and institutions of the Union itself and in particular their ability to engage the general public.