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Please note that the decision of whether to publish an article as Online First remains within the discretion of the EJLS Editorial Board. As such, approved articles will not automatically be published as Online First ahead of publication of the next regular issue.
Which Courts Matter Most? Measuring Importance in the EU Preliminary Reference System
By: Michal Ovádek, Wessel Wijtvliet and Monika Glavina
PESCO and the Prospect of a European Army: the ‘Constitutional Need’ to Provide for a Power of Control of the European Parliament on Military Interventions
By: Matteo Frau & Elisa Tira
Evaluating Academic Legal Research in Europe. The Advantage of Lagging Behind (Book Review)
By: Olga Ceran