1st Edition

Constitutional Policy in Unified Germany

Edited By Peter J. Cullen, Klaus H. Goetz Copyright 1995
    190 Pages
    by Routledge

    190 Pages
    by Routledge

    Continue Shopping

    Prompted by unification, the German constitution has undergone the most fundamental re-examination since the foundation of the Federal Republic. This volume seeks to identify challenges which constitional policy faces and analyzes how, and with what degree of success, they are being met.

    Chapter 1 The Basic Law after Unification: Continued Centrality or Declining Force?, KLAUS H. GOETZ, PETER J. CULLEN; Chapter 2 The Constitution and the Maastricht Treaty: Between Co-operation and Conflict, GEORG RESS; Chapter 3 To be Continued: The Constitutional Reform Commissions from a Länder Perspective, UWE LEONARDY; Chapter 4 A Forum of Constitutional Deliberation? A Critical Analysis of the Joint Constitutional Commission, ARTHUR BENZ; Chapter 5 The Constitutionalisation Process of the New Länder: A Source of Inspiration for the Basic Law?, CHRISTIAN STARCK; Chapter 6 The Federal Constitutional Court: Facing up to the Strains of Law and Politics in the New Germany, NEVIL JOHNSON; Chapter 7 The Frontiers of Constitutional Law: Identity Politics in Reunified Germany, NEIL WALKER; Chapter 8 Concluding Theses on Constitutional Policy in Unified Germany, PETER J. CULLEN, KLAUS H. GOETZ;

    Biography

    Klaus H. Goetz, Peter J. Cullen