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Parliamentary democracy and the Treaty of Lisbon

Enrique Barón Crespo
OPAL Online Paper No. 1/2012
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Les parlements nationaux et L'Union Europeenne: De la reconnaissance a l'engagement

Alain Delcamp & François Sicard
OPAL Online Paper No. 2/2012
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Searching for the right tool in a brand new toolbox

Alexander Strelkov
OPAL Online Paper No. 3/2012
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New opportunity structures for the unusual suspects

Christine Neuhold & Alexander Strelkov
OPAL Online Paper No. 4/2012
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National Parliaments in the EU - after Lisboa and beyond subsidiarity

Maria Teresa Paulo
OPAL Online Paper No. 5/2012
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Why the Early Warning Mechanism does not Alleviate the Democratic Deficit

Pieter De Wilde
OPAL Online Paper No. 6/2012
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The Emotional Europeanisation of National Parliaments

Olivier Rozenberg
OPAL Online Paper No. 7/2012 
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Out of time? – National parliaments and early decision making in the European Union

Mads Dagnis Jensen & Dorte Sindbjerg Martinsen
OPAL Online Paper No. 8/2012 
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Differentiation of parliamentary powers: The German Constitutional Court and the German Bundestag within the financial crisis

Oliver Höing
OPAL Online Paper No. 9/2012 
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Lost in Transaction? Parliamentary Reserves in EU bargains

Katrin Auel, Olivier Rozenberg & Anja Thomas
OPAL Online Paper No. 10/2012 
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National Parliaments in the post-Lisbon European Union: Bureaucratization rather than Democratization?

Thomas Christiansen, Anna-Lena Högenauer & Christine Neuhold
OPAL Online Paper No. 11/2012 
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National Parliaments after Lisbon: Administrations on the Rise?

Anna-Lena Högenauer & Christine Neuhold
OPAL Online Paper No. 12/2013 
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National Parliaments After Lisbon: Towards Mainstreaming of EU Affairs?

Katjana Gattermann, Anna-Lena Högenauer & Ariella Huff
OPAL Online Paper No. 13/2013 
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Problems and Patterns in Parliamentary Scrutiny of the CFSP and CSDP

Ariella Huff
OPAL Online Paper No. 14/2013 
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Political Motivation and Institutional Capacity: Assessing National Parliaments’ Incentives to Participate in the Early Warning System

Katjana Gattermann & Claudia Hefftler
OPAL Online Paper No. 15/2013 
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Opportunities, Strategies and Ideologies: The Incentives of European Parliament Political Groups for Inter-parliamentary Cooperation

Katjana Gattermann
OPAL Online Paper No. 16/2014 
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Debating Europe in National Parliaments: Justification and Political Polarization in Debates on the EU in Austria, France, Germany and the United Kingdom

Frank Wendler
OPAL Online Paper No. 17/2014 
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