:: BA EXAM ::

 

A. GENERAL THESES:


  1.    Founding Fathers of European Integration.
  2.    Deepening and broadening of European integration (1951-2014 milestones)
  3.    Position of the European Union in international relations.
  4.    Definition and scope of acquis communautaire.
  5.    Direct effectiveness and direct effect of EU legislative acts.
  6.    Primacy of EU Law from the perspective of the Court of Justice and national constitutional courts.
  7.    Liability of a member state for breaching EU Law.
  8.    Sources of EU Law.
  9.    EU legislative procedures.
10.    Religious freedom in EU.
11.    EU values.
12.    Scope of EU competences.
13.    Subsidiarity and the role of national parliaments.
14.    Position of the Charter of Fundamental Rights in the EU legal system.
15.    Role of the European Parliament as a co-legislator.
16.    European Commission: executive power or a think-tank?
17.    European Council’s role in legislative process.
18.    Democratic deficit: myth or reality?
19.    Council of Ministers: Nice and post-Lisbon QMV rules.
20.    Jurisdiction of the Court of Justice of the European Union.
21.    Polish Road to EU Membership.
22.    EU Neighbourhood Policy.
23.    Preliminary ruling: cooperation between national courts and the CJEU.
24.    EU Citizenship.
25.    European Convention of Human Rights: the source of EU Law?
26.    Council of Europe v. European Union.
27.    Principles of internal market.
28.    Rights of EU migrant workers.
29.    Shaping a principle of free movement of goods by the CJEU.
30.    Old Europe v. New Europe.