Reviewing EU Accession
Reviewing European Union Accession : Unexpected Results, Spillover Effects, and Externalities / edited by Tom Hashimoto, Michael Rhimes. Leiden ; Boston : Brill : Nijhoff, 2018, Law in Eastern Europe vol. 67, ISBN 9789004316478 (hardback), 9789004352070 (e-book) 
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Contents: Introduction. Reviewing 2014, Welcoming 2017, and Envisioning 2020 / Tom Hashimoto, Michael Rhimes -- I. Law : Developing Norms -- 1. Towards Adverse Spillover Effect? The Judicialization of the EU and the Changing Nature of Judicial Governance after Enlargement / Mariusz Jerzy Golecki -- 2. Europeanization of the Hungarian Legal Order : From Convergence to Cancellation? / Tamas Dezso Ziegler, Balázs Horváthy -- 3. The Use of Referendum in Central and Eastern Europe after EU Accession / Sergiu Gherghina -- 4. Special Economic Zones in Poland : A Black Hole Swallowing State Budget or a Messiah for Regional Development? / Hiroshi Kaneko -- II. Politics : Skepticism -- 5. (Dis)Trusting the European Union? On the Evolving Variety of Euroskepticism in Central and Eastern Europe / Boyka Stefanova -- 6. Václav Klaus as a Driver of Czech Euroskepticism / Vratislav Havlík, Ondřej Mocek -- 7. Poland and the Re-categorization of the Eurozone Entry : From a Legal Obligation to a Political Issue / Anna Visvizi, Paweł Tokarski -- III. Society : Education and Values -- 8. Emerging European Geographies : The Erasmus Program and Its Effect on the East :west Divide in Time of Economic Crisis / Amelia Hadfield, Robert Summerby-Murray -- 9. Slovenian Soft Power Capabilities in the European Context : Missed Opportunities of Cultural Diplomacy and Erasmus Student Exchange Program / Ana Bojinović Fenko, Jure Požgan -- 10. The Harmonization of Laws on Same-Sex Unions in Post-Communist Post-Accession Countries / Alar Kilp -- IV. EU Policy : From Within to Without -- 11. Poland and the Common Security and Defense Policy : Potential Leader? / Laura Chappell -- 12. Prague on a Mission : Emphasizing Democracy Promotion within EU Foreign Policy / Marek Neuman -- 13. The Forgotten Chapter? Post-accession Development Policy of Central and Eastern Europe / Simon Lightfoot, Balázs Szent-Iványi -- 14. Slovak Parliament's Involvement in the EU Agenda : Kosovo's Independence and the Policy of Non-recognition / Katarína Lezová -- V. Russia : Beyond the EU -- 15. The European Union and Russia during the Two Waves of Enlargement : New Political and Implementation Rationales on Old Issues / Sandra Fernandes -- 16. EU-Russia Cooperation on Energy Efficiency : An Unexpected Benefit of Regional Interdependence between Russia and the cee Member States? / Olga Khrushcheva -- 17. The European Union's Influence over Media Discourse on Renewable Energy Sources in Russia / Marianna Poberezhskaya.
Book Jacket: "The year 2017 has been an uneasy one for the EU, with so-called Brexit on the horizon and the rise of populist euroskepticism in a number of Member States. This year, with the tenth anniversary of the Romanian and Bulgarian accession to the Union, is a good year to pause and reflect over the life and future of the Union. In this work, we envision the next decade with Europe 2020 strategy and review the fruits of the 2004 accession in Central and Eastern Europe. What has the Union achieved? Which policy areas are likely to change and how? How successful, and by what measure, has the accession of the 10 Member States in 2004 been? Reviewing European Union Accession addresses a wide range of issues, deliberately without any thematic constraints, in order to explore EU enlargement from a variety of perspectives, both scientific and geographical, internal and external. In contrast to the major works in this field, we highlight the interrelated, and often unexpected, nature of the integration process – hence the subtitle, unexpected results, spillover effects and externalities."--PUBLISHER'S NOTE.