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12 Eur. L.J. 1 (2006)

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European Law Journal, Vol. 12, No. 1, January 2006, p. 1.
C 2006 The Author
Journal compilation C 2006 Blackwell Publishing Ltd, 9600 Garsington Road, Oxford, OX4 2DQ, UK
and 350 Main Street, Malden, MA 02148, USA


                                Francis  Snyder

The results of the 2005 referenda in France and The Netherlands are still being dis-
cussed and debated  throughout the European  Union  and  elsewhere, for example in
China. The 'No' vote raised profound questions about the nature, meaning, and direc-
tion of European integration, as well as indicating how poorly national governments
have communicated   with their (national and European) citizens about the impact of
'Europe' on their daily lives. In this issue of the European Law Journal, several members
of the ELJ Editorial Board present their reflections on the referenda and their impli-
cations. As readers will know, the ELJ does not have an 'editorial line', so the members
of the Board write in their personal capacities. These reflections are intended to be con-
tributions to the current, continuing debate. We hope that you will find these reflections
stimulating and thought-provoking.
  The  full-length articles in this issue concern private law, labour and social labour,
and constitutional law.
  Starting in 2006, the European Law Journal will also publish book reviews and review
articles. If you are interested in writing book reviews or review articles, or if you have
a book  that you would  like to have reviewed in the ELJ, please contact Kenneth
Armstrong  (Queen  Mary  College London)   or Daniel Thym   (Humboldt  University,

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