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The Democratisation of EU International Relations Through EU Law

Edited by: Juan Santos Vara, Rodríguez Soledad Sanchez-Tabernero

ISBN13: 9781138962767
Published: July 2018
Publisher: Routledge
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
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Since the entry into force of the Treaty of Lisbon, key improvements have occurred in the democratisation of EU international relations through the increased powers of the European Parliament. Nevertheless, a comprehensive legal analysis of the new developments in democratic control of EU external action has not yet been performed.

This book aims to improve the understanding of the set of mechanisms through which democratic control is exerted over EU external action, in times of profound transformations of the legal and political architecture of the European integration process. It analyses the role of the Court of Justice in the democratisation of international relations through EU law, and further provides a legal overview of the role of the European Parliament in the conduct of the EU's international relations. In those areas where the powers of the Parliament have greatly increased the book aims to raise questions as to whether this enhanced position has contributed to a more consistent external action. At the same time, the book aims to contribute to the debate on judicial activism in connection with the democratisation of EU external action. It offers the reader a detailed and topical analysis of the recent developments in democratic control of external action which are of relevance in the daily practice of EU external relations lawyers, including the topic of mixed agreements.

This text will be of key interest to scholars and students working on EU external relations law, EU institutional law, European Union studies/politics, international relations, and more broadly to policy-makers and practitioners, particularly to those with an interest on the European Parliament and the Court of Justice of the European Union.

Subjects:
EU Law
Contents:
Foreword by Ricardo da Silva Passos
The Democratic Legitimacy of EU International Relations: An Introduction. [Juan Santos Vara and Soledad R. Sánchez- Tabernero]
PART I: The Role of the Court of Justice in the Interplay between Democracy and Institutional Balance
1. Lost in Principles? Institutional Balance and Democracy in the ECJ Case Law on EU External Action [Luis Norberto González Alonso]
2. The CJEU and the External Powers of the Parliament: Self-Restraint or Activism? [Fabien Terpan]
PART II: The Role of the European Parliament in the Conclusion of International Agreements in the Post-Lisbon Period
3. The European Parliament in the Conclusion of International Agreements Post-Lisbon: Entrenched between Values and Prerogatives [Juan Santos Vara]
4. A Tale of Two Principles: Exploring the Democracy-Consistency Nexus in Light of the Pirate-Transfer Saga [Soledad R. Sánchez- Tabernero]
5. The Democratic Puzzle of ‘Living’ Megaregional Agreements: TTIP and TPP [Davor Jančić]
6. The Role of the European Parliament in the Adoption of Non-Legally Binding Agreements with Third Countries [Paula García Andrade]
PART III: Democratic Oversight by the European Parliament: beyond the Conclusion of International Agreements
7. Legal Aspects of Parliamentary Oversight in EU Foreign and Security Policy [Ramses A. Wessel]
8. Oversight Trumped by Secrets? How Access to Information and Leaks Affect European Parliamentary Oversight in Foreign Policy [Vigjilenca Abazi]
9. The Financial Dimension of Democratic Legitimacy in EU External Policies: Linking Audit and Political Accountability [Maria Luisa Sánchez Barrueco]
PART IV: The Role of National Democracies in a Multilevel System: A Needed Extra Layer of Legitimacy?
10. Rebels with a Cause? National and Subnational Parliaments in EU External Action after Lisbon [Jan Wouters and Kolja Raube]
11. National Parliaments and Mixed Agreements: Exploring the Legal Bumps in a Rocky Relationship [Guillaume Van Der Loo]