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  • International and Comparative Law Quarterly, Volume 49, Issue 1
  • January 2000, pp. 15-34

Independence: In or Out of Europe? An Independent Scotland and the European Union

Abstract

There is a question mark over the future of the nation-state in Europe. National monetary policy has been transferred to the European level in most European Union member States. Over the next ten years the EU will have a stronger role in defence and foreign policy, immigration and law enforcement. The very policies that supposedly define the concept of national sovereignty are no longer the exclusive domain of national governments.

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S. Jayakumar , “Singapore and State Succession: International Relations and Internal Law” (1970) 19 I.C.L.Q. 398.

Hans Aufricht , “State Succession under the Law and Practice of the International Monetary Fund” (1962) 11 I.C.L.Q. 154

Paul R. Williams , “State Succession and the International Financial Institutions: Political Criteria v. Protection of Outstanding Financial Obligations” (1994) 43 I.C.L.Q. 776.

R. W. Piotowicz , “the Arithmetic of German Unification; Three into One Does Go” (1991) 40 I.C.L.Q. 635

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International & Comparative Law Quarterly
  • ISSN: 0020-5893
  • EISSN: 1471-6895
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