National parliaments within the enlarged European Union : from 'victims' of integration to competitive actors?

  title={National parliaments within the enlarged European Union : from 'victims' of integration to competitive actors?},
  author={John O’Brennan and Tapio Raunio},
1. Introduction: Deparliamentarization Through European Integration? Part 1: National Parliaments and European Integration 2. Accountability through National Parliaments: Practice and Problems 3. Interparliamentary Cooperation within Europe 4. European Scrutiny in National Parliaments: Individual Efforts in the Collective Interest 5. National Parliaments in the EU Constitutional Treaty Part 2: National Parliaments in the 'Old' European Union 6. The EU in National Parliaments - Domestic or… 
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