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This front matter section of the book Constitutionalism - New Challenges: European Law from a Nordic Perspective contains the table of contents and introduction of the book. The book has its roots or background in a conference on recent developments in Nordic and German constitutional law that took place in Berlin at the Nordic Cultural Centre in the beginning of December 2002. The book offers us insights into some of the new, exciting strands of constitutional thought that are currently present in the Nordic doctrine, where many new paths have been opened in recent years. The contrast there, if we compare with the situation two decades ago, is indeed striking. As far as German and European law is concerned, the kind of attempts in the doctrine to analyse some of the most important theoretical issues through certain theoretical patterns is far from new.

Keywords:European law; German constitutional law; Nordic constitutional law

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