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The Treaty of Nice and Beyond

Enlargement and Constitutional Reform

Editor(s): Mads Andenas, John Usher
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Published: 07-11-2003
Format: PDF eBook (?)
Edition: 1st
Extent: 448
ISBN: 9781847310064
Imprint: Hart Publishing
Series: Essays in European Law
RRP: £102.60
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About The Treaty of Nice and Beyond

Designed to succeed previous books on the Maastricht and Amsterdam treaties,this new work includes contributions from leading EU lawyers assessing the Nice Treaty and the Post-Nice process, which is rapidly developing in the lead-up to the next Intergovernmental conference. The book's central theme is the discussion of a European Constitution and European Constitutionalism. The new constitutional balance after institutional reform, the Luxembourg courts after Nice, the future of the three pillar Treaty structure and the Human Rights charter are the other main topics.

Among the contributors are the editors, Professor Stephen Weatherill (Oxford), Professor Noreen Burrows (Glasgow), Professor Jürgen Schwarze (Freiburg), Professor Paul Craig (Oxford), Professor Jo Shaw (Manchester) Steve Peers (Essex) Professor Piet Eeckhout (King's College, London) and Professor Alan Dashwood (Cambridge).

Table Of Contents

1. The Convention on the Future of Europe: the Issues and Prospects
Peter Oliver

2. European Union Law and National Constitutions
Jacqueline Dutheil de la Rochère and Ingolf Pernice

3. The Allocation of Competences Between the European Union and its Member States
Udo Di Fabio

4. Rethinking the Methods of Dividing and Controlling the Competencies of the Union
Ingolf Pernice

5. European Constitutional Theory and the Post-Nice Process
Daniel Thym

Part II-The Treaty of Nice

6. Assessment of the Treaty of Nice-Goals of Institutional Reform
John A Usher

7. Enhancing Cooperation After Nice: Will the Treaty Do the Trick?
Jo Shaw

8. The Treaty of Nice and the Treaty Structure: Repainting the Pillars?
Steve Peers

9. The Treaty of Nice and Social Policy: The Amendments to Article 137 EC
Haris Kountouros

10. Towards New Objectives for the Common Agricultural Policy
Joseph A McMahon

Part III-The European Courts

11. The European Courts after Nice
Piet Eeckhout

12. Effective Judicial Protection of Individuals in the European Union, Now and in the Future
Francis G Jacobs

13. The Past and Future of the Preliminary Rulings Procedure
Anthony Arnull

14. A European Certiorari Revisited
Liz Heffernan

Part IV-The Human Rights Charter

15. A Charter of Rights, Freedoms and Principles
Lord Goldsmith

16. The EU Charter of Rights: A Poor Attempt to Strengthen Democracy and Citizenship?
Sionaidh Douglas Scott

17. A German View of the Charter: The Effect on the Bundesverfassungsgericht
Jürgen Schwarze

Reviews

“…a book suitable for both experts in European law and other readers wanting to learn more about the European institutional system and recent and future changes to it.” –  Nathalie Vandystadt, Bulletin Quotidien Europe

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