This book analyses the recent development and challenges in the
evolving constitutionalism of the European area as it has been
developed by interaction of the European Court of Human Rights and the
Court of Justice of the European Union.
It publishes the result of several competitive research projects in
which have participated some of the most representative European
constitutionalists, which have studied the different issues arising
from the overlapping legal orders that need to coexist and are,
ultimately, interpreted by an autonomous supranational court.
In a nutshell, it deals with the main aspects of the European
constitutional issues taking into account the perspectives of both
European «Constitutional» Courts: the European Court of Human Rights
and the Court of Justice of the European Union.