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(Baden-Baden: Nomos, 1994), pp. 75–99. 2444Ch13 3/12/02 2:05 pm Page 336 336 23 24 25 26 27 Member States and the European Union See Bursens, 1997, op. cit. See W. J. Veenstra, ’De Partij van de Arbeid en Europa’, in: Internationale Spectator, April 1997. During the swine fever crisis, for example, the Commission severely criticised the Dutch veterinary measures – and had to be listened to. Source: Bureau Internationale Ambtenaren, The Hague. See Joris J. C. Voorhoeve, Peace, Profits and Principles. A Study of Dutch Foreign Policy (The Hague: Nijhoff, 1979

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the date of acceptance of referenda at the local and Land levels into the constitutions of the Länder from 1970 through 1996, see Scarrow, “Party Competition,” pp. 462–463. 23 Wolfgang Luthardt, Direkte Demokratie: Ein Vergleich in Westeuropa (BadenBaden: Nomos Verlagsgesellschaft, 1994), pp. 113–118. 24 Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung (8 June 2002), p. 4. 25 For an excellent overview of the Land requirements for various kinds of referenda, see Hans-Herbert von Arnim, Vom schönen Schein der Demokratie (München: Droemer Verlag, 2000), pp. 304–311 (cloth edn). 26

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Streitbegriffs (Baden-Baden: Nomos Verlagsgesellschaft, 2000). Several chapters in Meier-Walser and Hirscher, Krise und Reform des Föderalismus, also deal with competitive federalism. 9 Josef Schmid and Susanne Blancke, Arbeitsmarktpolitik der Bundesländer (Berlin: Sigma, 2001). 10 Münch, “Die Diskussion,” p. 109. 11 Ibid., pp. 109–110. 12 Charlie Jeffery, “Party Politics and Territorial Representation in the Federal Republic of Germany,” West European Politics 22, no. 2 (April 1999), pp. 159– 161 and Roland Sturm, “Party Competition and the Federal System: The chap 12 27

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does the fragmentation of sovereign power have on the ordering of space across the Middle East? With this in mind, the book is split across eight chapters. Chapter  1 engages with debates about sovereignty in the contemporary Middle East, interrogating ideas of space and nomos in the process of suggesting that amid shared normative environments, what happens within the borders of one state can have repercussions beyond the state. Chapter 2 offers a genealogy of states across the twentieth and twenty-​first centuries, focusing upon the establishment of states amid

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social project … the space thus produced also serves as a tool of thought and action … in addition to being a means of production it is also a means of control, and hence of domination, of power’.4 Urban space is the physical representation of aspects of the nomos, as an arena through which life clashes with an array of identities and values that may impact upon the capacity of the life to live. A range of factors shape the (re)construction of space –​ both urban and rural –​and the movement of people within and across spatial borders. Existential challenges emerging

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