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The European Union and the International Legal Order

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ISBN13: 9789067041294
ISBN: 9067041297
Published: July 2003
Publisher: T.M.C. Asser Press
Country of Publication: The Netherlands
Format: Hardback
Price: £81.00

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Important practical and theoretical issues remain to be explored and discussed in respect of the so-called three pillars of the European Union (European Communities, Common Foreign and Security Policy, Police and Judicial Co-operation in Criminal Matters) in relation to international law. In practical examples, developed in 25 original essays written by both practitioners and scholars from European institutions and universities, this book seeks to stimulate discussion on relations and conflicts between the EU and international legal orders. Current issues are addressed including the suspension of rights of Member States in international organisations, the definition of the precautionary principle under WTO and EC law, the UN Convention against transnational organised crime, and the participation of the EU; the EU and its involvement in international humanitarian law, and the EU Charter of Fundamental Rights related to international instruments.

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EU Law
Foreword Paul J. G. Kapteyn
Introduction Vincent Kronenberger
List of contributors
Part I. The European Union and international law:
1. Legal personality of the European Union - international and institutional aspects Nanette A.E.M. Neuwahl
2. Suspension of rights by international organisations - The European Union, the European Communities and other international organizations Michael Hofstotter
3. The European Union and international human rights instruments Allan Rosas
4. Relationship between the European Convention on Human Rights and EU Charter of Fundamental Rights - Some proposals for a coherent system of human rights protection in Europe Jorg Polakiewicz
PART II. The European Communities and the International Legal Order:
5. Thirty Years of Case-law by the European Court of Justice on International Law - A pragmatic approach towards its integration Andrea Ott
6. Decisions of Bodies Established by International Agreements and the Community Legal Order Bert Martenczuk
7. Individual Third Countries, Member States, the European Community and the world at large - How do they fit together? A very general reflection of a very particular case: Andorra Ramon Torrent
8. How Safe is Safe? The EU, the USA and the WTO Codex Alimentarius Debate on Food Safety Issues Wybe Th. Douma
9. Regulating Scientific Expertise with Regard to Risks Deriving from Genetically Modified Organisms - Procedural rules on Risk Assessment Committees under European Community and International Law Marielle D. Matthee
10. The international government Procurement Agreement and the EC legal order Muriel Echegut-Vigroux
11. The European Community, the WTO-TRIPs agreement and the WIPO conventions Raimund Raith
12. EC Liability for Non-implementation of Adopted WTO panels and appellate body reports - the example of the 'innocent exporters' in the banana case Geert A. Zonnekeyn
13. Extraterritoriality and International Co-operation - The state of play in EC-USA relations in competition matters Ingrid Nitsche
14. International and Community Obligations of the Member States in the Field of Social Security Schemes - Which impact for migrant workers? Barbara Jesus-Gimeno
15. A Hurdled Admission: the Integration of Candidate Countries into the Area of Freedom, Security and Justice Monica den Boer and Gilles de Kerchove
Part III. Common Foreign and Security Policy and the International Legal Order:
16. The Conclusion of International Agreements Under Article 24 of the treaty on European Union Stephan Marquardt
17. Common Foreign and Security Policy - International Law aspects of the Association of Third States with the common positions of the Council of the European Union Vincent Kronenberger
18. The European Union as an Actor Within the United Nations General Assembly Jan Wouters
19. The EU as a Black Widow: Devouring the WEU to Give Birth to a European Security and Defence Policy Ramses A. Wessel
20. Inter-pillar Approaches to the European Security and Defence Policy