1IntroductionOn 28 April 2017, renowned scholars in the fields of Central and East European (cee) and eu law, as well as experts in constitutional law – who are also members of the Review of Central and East European Law (rceel) Editorial Board – gathered at the Centre for Russian East European Eurasian Studies (reees), which is based at the Faculty of Law of the University of Graz. At a public workshop, these scholars sought to examine ongoing crises in the Russia-eu relationship through pointed debates covering various fields of law, and by discussing the Review’s role as a critical observer of particular problem-provoking areas. In particular, the underlying philosophy of this workshop was to invigorate the debate on the increasingly disputed and contested concepts of international and constitutional law that have distressed the relationship of Russia vis-à-vis the eu and the international community.Without indulging in self-aggrandizement, the Review appears to provide the most appropriate setting for such academic discourse: The Review has been targeting the legal conundrums of the cee and the Commonwealth of Independent States (cis), and, in particular, Russia for over forty years now. The journal is at the same time – and for this very reason –
Review of Central and East European Law – Brill
Published: Oct 15, 2017
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