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From New to Indispensable? How Has the 2004 “Big Bang” Enlargement Reshaped EU’s Power Balance

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Academic Editors: Matej Navrátil (Comenius University) and Marko Lovec (University of Ljuljana)

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.17645/pag.i376

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From New to Indispensable: How the 2004 Enlargement Reshaped the EU’s Transformative Powers
Matej Navrátil and Marko Lovec
Editorial | Open Access | Published: 18 April 2024
The “EU‐Leash”: Growth Model Resilience and Change in the EU’s Eastern Periphery
Gergő Medve-Bálint and Jakub Szabó
Article | Open Access | Published: 12 February 2024
New Kids on the Democracy Block: Europeanisation of Interest Groups in Central and Eastern Europe
Meta Novak and Damjan Lajh
Article | Open Access | Published: 12 February 2024
Annulment Actions and the V4: Taking Legislative Conflicts Before the CJEU
Marton Varju, Veronika Czina, Katalin Cseres and Ernő Várnay
Article | Open Access | Published: 18 April 2024
Enlargement of the EU Towards the East: A Pivotal Change in EU’s External Policy?
Zbyněk Dubský, Kateřina Kočí and Markéta Votoupalová
Article | Open Access | Published: 12 February 2024
Three Lessons From the 2004 “Big Bang” Enlargement
Veronica Anghel and Erik Jones
Commentary | Open Access | Published: 8 April 2024