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Gerald Nagtzaam

Chapter 1 scrutinizes the case study of the primary ‘ecoterrorist’ group protecting animals: the Animal Liberation Front (ALF). It sets out a brief history of animal welfare groups, the Hunt Saboteur protest group and the radical environmental group Band of Mercy that predated the ALF, as well as a biography of the group’s charismatic leader Ronnie Lee. The chapter describes the birth of the ALF both in the UK and the USA. It goes on to critically analyse both the ALF’s underlying philosophy and the development of a radical animal rights philosophy that underpinned ALF actions.
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  • New Horizons in European Politics series

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Grith Skovgaard Ølykke and Albert Sanchez-Graells

This introductory chapter provides an essential background to the research project and the ‘law and political science’ methodology employed in each of the substantive chapters. It details the structure of the book and lays out the main research questions that the individual contributions and the general conclusions aim to answer.
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Doreen Allerkamp

This chapter serves as a primer on the EU’s political and legislative system, exploring the lines of conflict in the context of judicial politics most pertinent to the reform of public procurement regulation. All institutions partaking in the making of EU law bring distinctive incentives and constraints to that process. Its complexity and potential for cross-issue linkages have meant that the formal legislative procedure has been supplemented with informal elements, most notably the trilogue between Council, Parliament and Commission. Against this background, the CJEU plays a deeply entrenched part in the context of EU decision-making in terms of polity-construction, shaping EU law and fostering compliance with it. The chapter explores why, although certain factors may limit CJEU discretion, their cumulative impact is not unequivocal.
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