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Despite a large literature on Europeanization, we still know relatively little about how civil servants act in those instances where national policy conflicts with EU-law. This article examines this gap in the knowledge by developing taxonomy of evasion strategies that national actors may apply in an attempt to resist change inflicted upon national policy by the EU. They are: a) Up-loading; b) Use of veto points; c) Communica- tion; d) Issue-linking; e) Implementation. These evasion strategiesdoi:10.7146/politik.v14i2.27482 fatcat:cretapvnargivjttbf5wszxb2a