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The chapter explores the theoretical and the empirical aspects of multilevel governance with special emphasis on territorial politics. The theoretical and definitional space of the concept of multilevel governance is seen as three-dimensional, interlinking state restructuring (polity), political mobilization (politics) and policy-making (policy). The conceptual genealogy of multilevel governance is discussed to debunk some of the most extreme positions in the debate. The chapter then turns to political mobilization occasioned by policy decisions triggered by global and supranational forces as the most understudied aspect of multilevel governance. Studying its normative status, both from a legal and democratic theory point of view, the chapter points to fundamental transformations in state sovereignty and democratic government.

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