“...an impressive collection of essays gathering some of the most important names in the field of European constitutional law.
...fundamental reading to those who wish to deal with constitutional theories of European integration (not only with constitutional pluralism as such, since it gives voice even to the sceptics or discontents of constitutional pluralism) and its purchase has to be recommended definitively.” – Giuseppe Martinico,
European Law Review, Volume 38(3)
“The reader should not expect ready-made answers from this book. The strength of this anthology lies rather in the fact that it helps to identify problems and issues, leading to a better understanding of national processes and debates in Eastern as well as Western Europe.” – Prof. Dr. Herbert Küpper,
Jahrbuch für Ostrecht, 2012/2
“This book, which brings together the leading theorists of European integration, is a very rich collection which invites further exploration rather than imposing one and only solution to the challenges faced by the integration... In the present circumstances of an unprecedented crisis in the European Union, the book is an indispensable and highly recommended read for anybody with some background in EU law and, more importantly, with a profound interest in the issues arising in the EU and beyond. (Translated from the Slovenian)” – Janja Hojnik,
Pravna Praksa, No 23 / 2012