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FEDERALISATION, REGIONALISATION AND INTERNATIONALISATION IN THE NEW EUROPEAN CONTEXT

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Affiliations: 1: Mrs. Lemmens is working in the Cabinet Chambers of the Province of Limburg, the Netherlands and has got an LL.M. degree.

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