Title:The democratic legitimacy of international Human Rights conventions : political constitutionalism and the Hirst case Author(s):BELLAMY, Richard (Richard Paul) Date:2014Citation:
- Andreas FØLLESDAL, Johan KARLSSON SCHAFFER and Geir ULFSTEIN (eds), The legitimacy of international Human Rights regimes : legal, political and philosophical perspectives, Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2014, pp. 243-271
Type:Contribution to book
Title:Representation and democracy in the EU : does one come at the expense of the other? Editor(s):BELLAMY, Richard (Richard Paul); KRÖGER, SandraDate:2013Citation:
- Special Issue of Journal of European Integration, 2013, Vol. 35, No. 5
Type:BookAbstract:This book explores the various ways in which citizens are represented in EU policy-making. Most accounts naturally focus on the European Parliament as the prime source of democratic representation. This collection focuses ...
Title:European boundaries in question? Author(s):BELLAMY, Richard (Richard Paul) ; LACEY, Joseph; NICOLAÏDIS, Kalypso Date:2017Citation:
- Journal of European integration, 2017, Vol. 39, No. 5, pp. 483-498
Type:ArticleAbstract:This introduction provides a descriptive typology and normative analysis of the ways boundaries are being questioned in Europe. We distinguish between boundary-making (defining or redefining the territorial borders of a ...
Title:A demoicratic justification of differentiated integration in a heterogeneous EU Author(s):BELLAMY, Richard (Richard Paul) ; KRÖGER, SandraDate:2017Citation:
- Journal of European integration, 2017, Vol. 39, No. 5, pp. 625-639
Type:ArticleAbstract:Earlier scholarship assumed differentiated integration (DI) was pragmatic and temporary and that member states should and would converge on the same policies. By contrast, we contend that many instances of DI can be ...
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:A duty free Europe? : what’s wrong with Kochenov's account of EU citizenship rights Author(s):BELLAMY, Richard (Richard Paul) Date:2015Citation:
- European law review, 2015, Vol. 21, No. 4, pp. 558-565
Type:ArticleAbstract:This article disputes the recent argument of Dimitry Kochenov advocating an ‘EU Citizenship without Duties’. His thesis rests on an untenable form of philosophical anarchism that overlooks the role played by our political ...
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
Title:The democratic legitimacy of international Human Rights conventions : political constitutionalism and the European Convention on Human Rights Author(s):BELLAMY, Richard (Richard Paul) Date:2014Citation:
- European journal of international law, 2014, Vol. 25, No. 4, pp. 1019-1042
Type:ArticleAbstract:International Human Rights Courts (IHRCts), such as the European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR), have come under increasing criticism as being incompatible with domestic judicial and legislative mechanisms for upholding ...
Title:'An ever closer union among the peoples of Europe' : republican intergovernmentalism and cratic representation within the EU Author(s):BELLAMY, Richard (Richard Paul) Date:2013Citation:
- Journal of European integration, 2013, Vol. 35, No. 5, pp. 499-516
Type:ArticleAbstract:EU institutions are best conceived as representing the peoples of Europe – a contention set out in the first, introductory, section and developed over the next five sections. The second section establishes how democratic ...