Title:Political legitimacy and European Monetary Union : contracts, constitutionalism and the normative logic of two-level games Author(s):BELLAMY, Richard (Richard Paul); WEALE, AlbertDate:2015Citation:
- Journal of European public policy, 2015, Vol. 22, No. 2, pp. 257-274
Type:ArticleAbstract:The crisis of the euro area has severely tested the political authority of the European Union (EU). The crisis raises questions of normative legitimacy both because the EU is a normative order and because the construction ...
Title:Citizenship Editor(s):BELLAMY, Richard (Richard Paul); KENNEDY-MACFOY, MadeleineDate:2014Citation:
- Abingdon ; Oxon : Routledge, 2014, Critical Concepts in Political Science
Type:BookAbstract:Citizenship, denoting full and active membership of the national and political community, has been recognized as a critical concept since ancient times. However, three key and related changes have occurred to each of the ...
Title:Croce, Gramsci, Bobbio and the Italian political tradition Author(s):BELLAMY, Richard (Richard Paul)Date:2014Citation:
- Colchester : ECPR Press, 2014, ECPR Press essays
Type:BookAbstract:This book collects 15 essays exploring the Italian political tradition from Beccaria to Bobbio. Particular attention is paid to the ways these theorists linked social with political theory on the one hand, and politics ...
Title:Beyond a constraining dissensus : the role of national parliaments in domesticating and normalising the politicization of European integration Author(s):KRÖGER, Sandra; BELLAMY, Richard (Richard Paul)Date:2016Citation:
- Comparative European politics, 2016, Vol. 14, No. 2, pp. 131-153
Type:ArticleAbstract:At the heart of the growing politicization of the EU lies a concern with how European integration potentially undermines forms of communal self-government linked to established political identities. This concern originates ...
Title:Turtles all the way down? : is the political constitutionalist appeal to disagreement self-defeating? : a reply to Cormac Mac Amhlaigh Author(s):BELLAMY, Richard (Richard Paul)Date:2016Citation:
- International journal of constitutional law, 2016, Vol. 14, No. 1, pp. 204-216
Type:ArticleAbstract:Cormac Mac Amhlaigh contends that political constitutionalists are committed to the view that disagreement goes “all the way down,” and that this is self-defeating. As a result, they have no basis for arguing for the ...
Title:Introduction : democracy, courts and the dilemmas of representation Author(s):BELLAMY, Richard (Richard Paul); PARAU, Cristina E.Date:2013Citation:
- Representation, 2013, Vol 49, No. 3, pp. 255-266
Title:Between Cosmopolis and community : justice and legitimacy in a European Union of peoples Author(s):BELLAMY, Richard (Richard Paul)Date:2015Citation:
- Stephen TIERNEY (ed.), Nationalism and globalisation, Oxford ; Portland : Hart Publishing, 2015, pp. 207-232
Type:Contribution to book