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In 2012 the European Court of Justice issues its final decision on the Kadi case, a case which has attracted the interest of scholars from many disciplines including EU law, public international law and jurisprudence. This book offers a comprehensive view of the Kadi case-law.
The first part of the volume sets out an analysis of the new judgment of the Court, favouring a "contextual" reading of what is the latest link in a judicial chain. While the following three parts of the book concentrate on perspectives from: legal theory; public international law; and constitutional law.
The book brings together a number of legal scholars including Ernst-Ulrich Petersmann, and the chapters discuss topics such as the European Union's objective of 'the strict observance and the development of international law', the EU as a site of global governance, constitutional pluralism and the protections of fundamental rights, and Kadi and theories of justice and judicial dialogue.