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European Union Law for the Twenty-First Century: Volume 1

Rethinking the New Legal Order

Editor(s): Professor Paul Matthews, Paolisa Nebbia
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Published: 28-09-2004
Format: Hardback
Edition: 1st
Extent: 496
ISBN: 9781841134567
Imprint: Hart Publishing
Series: Essays in European Law
Dimensions: 234 x 156 mm
RRP : £85.00
 

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About European Union Law for the Twenty-First Century: Volume 1

This book is based on contributions made to the WG Hart Workshop 2003. It contains articles by leading experts seeking to assess the state of development of EU law some fifty years after the establishment of the Communities and to contribute to the current debate on the European Constitution. The first volume concentrates on the themes of European Constitutionalism and EU external relations. It analyses the proposed Constitution dealing, among others, with the division of competence between the EU and the Member States, Community legislation, the role of national parliaments, democracy in the EU, human rights, and the Court of Justice. It also contains articles on EU external relations covering, among others, enlargement, the common foreign and security policy, immigration and asylum policy, and the relations between the EU and the WTO.

Table Of Contents

1. Introduction
Takis Tridimas

2. Three Challenges for European Constitutionalism in the 21st Century
Francis Snyder

3. Judicial Review as a Contribution to the Development of European Constitutionalism
Koen Lenaerts and Tim Corthaut

4. Competences of the Union
George A Bermann

5. The Hierarchy of Norms
Paul Craig

6. Protecting Fundamental Rights in Europe's New Constitutional Order
Anthony Arnull

7. The European Court of Justice and the Draft Constitution: A Supreme Court for the Union?
Takis Tridimas

8. The European Commission: Should it be at the Heart of the Future European Union?
Mike Cuthbert and Sarah Willis

9. The Role of National Parliaments in the EU's New Constitutional Order
Adam Cygan

10. For Substantive Constitutionalism in the European Union
Bernard Ryan

11. Forgetting Law in the European Convention? Europe's 'Hidden' Constitution-Building and its Legitimation
Michelle Everson and Julia Eisner

12. The Draft EU Constitution and Private Party Access to Judicial Review of EU Measures
Angela Ward

13. Legality Review of Member States Discretion Under Directives
Chris Hilson

14. What is the Point of Francovich?
Michael Dougan

15. Lines in the Sand: Between Common Foreign Policy and Single Foreign Policy
Eileen Denza

16. Which Policy for Which Europe? The Emerging Security and Defence Policy of the European Union
Panos Koutrakos

17. Gripping Global Governance: The External Relations of the EU Between the Treaty of Nice and the Convention on the Future of Europe
Christoph Herrmann

18. Squaring the Circle for Tomorrow's World: A Comparative Analysis of the EC and WTO Approaches to Balancing Economic and Non-economic Interests in International Trade
Emily Reid

19. The Participation of the European Community in the World Trade Organisation: An External Look at European Union Constitution-Building
Antonis Antoniadis

20. EU Immigration and Asylum Law: Internal Market Model or Human Rights Model?
Steve Peers

21. A Missed Opportunity? EU Law and Asylum in the 21st Century
Hélène Lambert

22. Asylum and Immigration in the Context of Enlargement
Catherine Phuong

23. Enlargement: A Successful Instrument of Foreign Policy?
Marise Cremona

24. The European Employment Strategy and the Challenges of Enlargement
Samantha Velluti

25. The EU Charter of Fundamental Rights: Is it a New Accession Condition for the Candidate Countries Especially in Light of the Post-Nice IGC?
Jenö Czuczai

Reviews

“...anyone interested in the evolution of EC and EU law will benefit greatly from these two volumes, which capture many of the major debates in European law at one particular point in time.” –  A.M. McDonnell, Common Market Law Review

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