This introductory chapter outlines the arguments made throughout the book and fleshes out their major implications for the understanding of the Commission's role in ensuring member state compliance with EU law. It explains in more detail the research methodologies applied in the book and how the work is situated within literature on international law and international relations, governance, and constitutional law. An overview of the subsequent chapters is also presented.
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