Union européenne

Introduction

Beyond the Westphalian Paradigm

Vingt-sept États européens ont créé entre eux une Union européenne (UE) à laquelle ils ont confié certaines compétences pour atteindre des objectifs communs. Ces objectifs comprennent la promotion de la paix, le bien-être des peuples, et la promotion de certaines valeurs communes : le respect de la dignité humaine, la liberté, la démocratie, l'égalité, l'État de droit et le respect des droits de l'homme, y compris les droits des personnes appartenant à une minorité.  L'UE a aussi pour but d'offrir à ses citoyens une zone de liberté, de sécurité et de justice sans frontières intérieures, et un marché intérieur économiquement sain et durable. L'Union a mis en place une Union économique et monétaire dont la devise est l'euro. L'Union a également développé une politique étrangère et de sécurité commune. Dans ses relations avec le reste du monde, l'Union proclame et promeut ses intérêts et contribue à la protection de ses citoyens. L'Union dispose d'un cadre institutionnel qui a pour tâche de promouvoir les valeurs de l'UE, de réaliser ses objectifs, et de servir les intérêts des citoyens de l'UE et des États membres, à l'intérieur comme à l'extérieur de l'Europe. Les organes législatifs de l'UE sont le Parlement européen et le Conseil de l'Union européenne. La Commission est son organe exécutif.  La Commission veille à l'application du droit de l'Union par les États membres, et la Cour de justice de l'Union européenne, en tant qu'organe judiciaire de l'UE, veille à ce que les États membres appliquent correctement le droit de l'UE. La Banque centrale européenne veille au maintien de la valeur de l'euro et veille à la stabilité des prix dans la zone euro.

Le présent guide de recherche se veut un point de départ pour mener des recherches sur l'Union européenne. Il fournit les textes juridiques de base disponibles à la Bibliothèque du Palais de la Paix, qu'il s'agisse de documents imprimés ou de documents sous format électronique. La section intitulée "Bibliographie sélective" présente une sélection de manuels, d'articles importants, de bibliographies, de publications périodiques, de publications en série et de documents pertinents. Des liens permettent de rejoindre le catalogue PPL. Le code de classification de la bibliothèque 53a1. Union européenne généralités et le mot-matière (mots-clefs) Union Européenne permettent d'effectuer des recherches dans le catalogue. Une attention particulière est prêtée à nos inscriptions aux bases de données, revues électroniques, livres électroniques et autres ressources électroniques. Enfin, le présent guide de recherche contient des liens vers des sites Internet pertinents et d'autres ressources en ligne présentant un intérêt particulier.

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1. The presumption of non-conformity in European consumer sales law
The presumption of non-conformity in European consumer sales law / Karolina Sikorska. - The Hague : Eleven International Publishing, 2015. - XV, 361 pages. ; 25 cm Includes bibliographical references and an index. - 2015
Keywords: European Union, Consumers, Sale, Evidence, Law of contracts, Community law and national law, European contract law,

2. EU social security law
EU social security law : a commentary on EU regulations 883/2004 and 987/2009 / edited by Prof. Dr. Maximilian Fuchs, Prof. Dr. Rob Cornelissen. - München : C.H. Beck ; Oxford : Hart Publishing ; Baden-Baden : Nomos, 2015. - XV, 554 pages. ; 25 cm Includes bibliographical references and an index. - 2015
Keywords: European Union, Social security, Social policy, Community law and national law, International labour law, Commentaries,

3. Dealing with EU law
Dealing with EU law : the role of the national courts in interpretation and application of European Union law / Mihai Şandru, Giuseppe Martinico, Mihai Banu (eds.). - Bucureşti : Editura Universitară, 2013. - XXII, 227 pages. ; 20 cm. - (Biblioteca de drept European) Subtitle on cover and spine: The role of national courts in the interpretation and application of European Union law. - On cover: ARDAE. - Includes bibliographical references and index. - 2013
Keywords: European Union, Court of Justice of the European Union, Interpretation, National courts, Community law and national law, Case-law,

4. De Europese erfrechtverklaring

5. Völkerrecht statt Verordnungsrecht
Völkerrecht statt Verordnungsrecht : Unionsrechtskonformität der Regelung zur Übertragung von Beiträgen auf den einheitlichen Abwicklungsfonds und der gemeinsamen Nutzung dieser Beiträge in einem völkerrechtlichen Übereinkommen (IGA) statt in der SRM-Verordnung / Prof. Dr. Ulrich Haltern. - 1. Auflage. - Baden-Baden : Nomos, 2016. - 105 pages. ; 23 cm. - (Schriften zum Öffentlichen Wirtschaftsrecht ; Band 7) With summary. - Includes bibliographical references. - 2016
Keywords: European Union, Enhanced cooperation, Banks, European Central Bank, European stability mechanism, Community law and international law, Treaty of Lisbon amending the Treaty on European Union and the Treaty establishing the European Community (Lisbon, 13 December 2007), International economic law,

6. Droit institutionnel de l'Union européenne
Droit institutionnel de l'Union européenne / Jean Paul Jacqué. - 8e édition. - Paris : Dalloz, 2015. - X, 816 pages. ; 21 cm. - (Cours Dalloz. Série droit public) Includes bibliographical references and an index. - 2015
Keywords: European Union, Institutional law, European constitutional law,

7. Procédure civile
Procédure civile : droit interne et droit de l'Union européenne / Serge Guinchard, Cécile Chainais, Frédérique Ferrand. - 31e éd. - Paris : Dalloz, 2012. - XII, 1541 p. ; 21 cm. - (Précis. droit privé) 1e dr. 1909-1911 o.d.t.: Petit traité de procédure civile et commerciale, door Paul Cuche. - Met lit.opg. en index. - 2012
Keywords: France, European Union, Law of civil procedure, Law of european civil procedure, European Convention for the Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms (Rome, 4 November 1950),

8. Europe Versus Facebook
Europe Versus Facebook : An Imbroglio of EU Data Protection Issues / Liane Colonna. - Dordrecht : Springer. - Page 25-50 In: Data Protection on the Move : Current Developments in ICT and Privacy/Data Protection / Serge Gutwirth, Ronald Leenes, Paul De Hert, editors, ISBN 9789401773751: (2016), Page 25-50. - 2016
Keywords: Europe, United States of America, Social media, Data protection, Extraterritorial jurisdiction, Case-law, Community law,

9. The Context-Dependence of Citizens' Attitudes and Preferences Regarding Privacy and Security
The Context-Dependence of Citizens' Attitudes and Preferences Regarding Privacy and Security / Michael Friedewald, Marc van Lieshout, Sven Rung and Merel Ooms. - Dordrecht : Springer. - Page 51-74 In: Data Protection on the Move : Current Developments in ICT and Privacy/Data Protection / Serge Gutwirth, Ronald Leenes, Paul De Hert, editors, ISBN 9789401773751: (2016), Page 51-74. - 2016
Keywords: European Union, Citizenship, Privacy, Surveillance, Security, Technology,

10. On Locational Privacy in the Absence of Anonymous Payments
On Locational Privacy in the Absence of Anonymous Payments / Tilman Frosch, Sven Schäge, Martin Goll and Thorsten Holz. - Dordrecht : Springer. - Page 75-100 In: Data Protection on the Move : Current Developments in ICT and Privacy/Data Protection / Serge Gutwirth, Ronald Leenes, Paul De Hert, editors, ISBN 9789401773751: (2016), Page 75-100. - 2016
Keywords: European Union, Consumers, Personal data, Data protection, Payments, Privacy, Security, Technology,

11. Development Towards a Learning Health System - Experiences with the Privacy Protection Model of the TRANSFoRm Project
Development Towards a Learning Health System - Experiences with the Privacy Protection Model of the TRANSFoRm Project / Wolfgang Kuchinke, Christian Ohmann, Robert A. Verheij, Evert-Ben van Veen and Brendan C. Delaney. - Dordrecht : Springer. - Page 101-134 In: Data Protection on the Move : Current Developments in ICT and Privacy/Data Protection / Serge Gutwirth, Ronald Leenes, Paul De Hert, editors, ISBN 9789401773751: (2016), Page 101-134. - 2016
Keywords: European Union, Personal data, Data protection, Privacy, Security, Technology, Health, Community law,

12. Could the CE Marking Be Relevant to Enforce Privacy by Design in the Internet of Things?
Could the CE Marking Be Relevant to Enforce Privacy by Design in the Internet of Things? / Eric Lachaud. - Dordrecht : Springer. - Page 135-162 In: Data Protection on the Move : Current Developments in ICT and Privacy/Data Protection / Serge Gutwirth, Ronald Leenes, Paul De Hert, editors, ISBN 9789401773751: (2016), Page 135-162. - 2016
Keywords: European Union, Internet, Consumers, Products, Personal data, Data protection, Privacy, Compliance, Community law,

13. Visions of Technology
Visions of Technology : Big Data Lessons Understood by EU Policy Makers in Their Review of the Legal Frameworks on Intellectual Property Rights, Access to and Re-use of PSI and the Protection of Personal Data / Hans Lammerant and Paul De Hert. - Dordrecht : Springer. - Page 163-194 In: Data Protection on the Move : Current Developments in ICT and Privacy/Data Protection / Serge Gutwirth, Ronald Leenes, Paul De Hert, editors, ISBN 9789401773751: (2016), Page 163-194. - 2016
Keywords: European Union, Electronic data, Information and communication technology, Personal data, Copyright law, Data protection, Privacy,

14. Privacy and Innovation
Privacy and Innovation : From Disruption to Opportunities / Marc van Lieshout. - Dordrecht : Springer. - Page 195-212 In: Data Protection on the Move : Current Developments in ICT and Privacy/Data Protection / Serge Gutwirth, Ronald Leenes, Paul De Hert, editors, ISBN 9789401773751: (2016), Page 195-212. - 2016
Keywords: The Netherlands, European Union, Innovation, Personal data, Data protection, Privacy, Information, Security,

15. Behavioural Advertising and the New 'EU Cookie Law' as a Victim of Business Resistance and a Lack of Official Determination
Behavioural Advertising and the New 'EU Cookie Law' as a Victim of Business Resistance and a Lack of Official Determination / Christina Markou. - Dordrecht : Springer. - Page 213-247 In: Data Protection on the Move : Current Developments in ICT and Privacy/Data Protection / Serge Gutwirth, Ronald Leenes, Paul De Hert, editors, ISBN 9789401773751: (2016), Page 213-247. - 2016
Keywords: European Union, Advertising, Personal data, Data protection, Privacy, Consumers, Community law,

16. The Alleged Case of Golden Shares in Montenegro
The Alleged Case of Golden Shares in Montenegro : a Candidate Country's Experience as an Incentive for Including "Acta Jure Gestionis" within the Range of Restrictions on Free Movement of Capital / Vladimir Savkovic In: Review of Central and East European Law = ISSN 0925-9880: vol. 41, issue 2, page 117-156. - 2016
Keywords: Montenegro, European Union, Court of Justice of the European Union, Companies, Free movement, Capital movements, Immunities, Case-law,

17. Direito internacional privado das sucessões na União Europeia: a determinação do direito aplicável no novo Regulamento 650/2012, de 4 de julho de 2012
Direito internacional privado das sucessões na União Europeia: a determinação do direito aplicável no novo Regulamento 650/2012, de 4 de julho de 2012 = Derecho internacional privado de las sucesiones en la Unión Europea: la determinación del derecho aplicable en el nuevo Reglamento 650/2012, de 4 de julio de 2012 / Carl Friedrich Nordmeier In: RSTPR = Revista de la Secretaría del Tribunal Permanente de Revisión = Revista da Secretaria do Tribunal Permanente de Revisão = ISSN 2307-5163: vol. 2, issue 3, page 175-203. - 2014
Keywords: European Union, Regulation (EC) No 650/2012 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 4 July 2012 on jurisdiction, applicable law, recognition and enforcement of decisions and acceptance and enforcement of authentic instruments in matters of succession and on the creation of a European Certificate of Succession, Law of succession, Private international law,

18. Exporting the Competition Policy Regime of the European Union: Success or Failure?
Exporting the Competition Policy Regime of the European Union: Success or Failure? : Empirical Evidence for Acceding Countries / Michael H. Böheim and Klaus S. Friesenbichler In: Journal of Common Market Studies = ISSN 0021-9886: vol. 54, issue 3, page 569-582. - 2016
Keywords: European Union, Competition, Accession, European integration, Community law and national law,

19. Quality Work and the Moral Economy of European Employment Policy
Quality Work and the Moral Economy of European Employment Policy / Sharon Bolton, Knut Laaser and Darren McGuire In: Journal of Common Market Studies = ISSN 0021-9886: vol. 54, issue 3, page 583-598. - 2016
Keywords: European Union, Employment, Human dignity, Labor rights, Community law and national law,

20. Pressure and Expertise: Explaining the Information Supply of Interest Groups in EU Legislative Lobbying
Pressure and Expertise: Explaining the Information Supply of Interest Groups in EU Legislative Lobbying / Iskander De Bruycker In: Journal of Common Market Studies = ISSN 0021-9886: vol. 54, issue 3, page 599-616. - 2016
Keywords: European Union, Lobby, Information, Interested party, Politics, Government, Legislation,

21. Europeanization through Policy Networks in the Southern Neighbourhood: Advancing Renewable Energy Rules in Morocco and Algeria
Europeanization through Policy Networks in the Southern Neighbourhood: Advancing Renewable Energy Rules in Morocco and Algeria / Angelos Katsaris In: Journal of Common Market Studies = ISSN 0021-9886: vol. 54, issue 3, page 656-673. - 2016
Keywords: Algeria, Morocco, European Union, Renewable energy resources, Energy policy, Climate change,

22. Border Controls at Sea: Requirements under International Human Rights and Refugee Law
Border Controls at Sea: Requirements under International Human Rights and Refugee Law / Andreas Fischer-Lescano, Tillmann Löhr & Timo Tohidipur. - Cheltenham, UK ; Northampton, MA, USA : Edward Elgar Publishing. - Pages 460-500 In: International Law and Migration / edited by Vincent Chetail, ISBN 9781781953181: vol. 1. - 2016
Keywords: European Union, High seas, Frontex, Refugees, Borders, Non-refoulement, Community law and national law, Law of the sea, Human rights,

23. From EU Governance of Crisis to Crisis of EU Governance
From EU Governance of Crisis to Crisis of EU Governance : Regulatory Failure, Redistributive Conflict and Eurosceptic Publics / Tanja A. Börzel In: The JCMS Annual Review of the European Union in 2015 = ISSN 0021-9886: vol. 54 (2015), page 8-31. - 2015
Keywords: European Union, Institutions and organs, Economic crisis, Financial crisis, Distribution, Conflict management, Community law and national law,

24. The Politicization of European Integration
The Politicization of European Integration / Hanspeter Kriesi In: The JCMS Annual Review of the European Union in 2015 = ISSN 0021-9886: vol. 54 (2015), page 32-47. - 2015
Keywords: European Union, European integration, Politics, Political theory,

25. Conditionality, Democracy and Institutional Weakness
Conditionality, Democracy and Institutional Weakness : the Euro-crisis Trilemma / Kevin Featherstone In: The JCMS Annual Review of the European Union in 2015 = ISSN 0021-9886: vol. 54 (2015), page 48-64. - 2015
Keywords: Greece, European Union, Economic crisis, Financial crisis, Democracy, Legitimacy,

26. Beelines, Bypasses and Blind Alleys
Beelines, Bypasses and Blind Alleys : Theory and the Study of the European Union / Tim Haughton In: The JCMS Annual Review of the European Union in 2015 = ISSN 0021-9886: vol. 54 (2015), page 65-82. - 2015
Keywords: European Union, European integration, International relations theory,

27. Eurozone Crisis Management, Citizenship Rights and the Global Reach of EU Data Protection Law
Eurozone Crisis Management, Citizenship Rights and the Global Reach of EU Data Protection Law : EU Legal Developments in 2015 / Thomas Horsley In: The JCMS Annual Review of the European Union in 2015 = ISSN 0021-9886: vol. 54 (2015), page 117-133. - 2015
Keywords: European Union, Court of Justice of the European Union, Conflict management, Citizenship, Human rights, Case-law,

28. The Political Economy of European Capital Markets Union
The Political Economy of European Capital Markets Union / Lucia Quaglia, David Howarth and Moritz Liebe In: The JCMS Annual Review of the European Union in 2015 = ISSN 0021-9886: vol. 54 (2015), page 185-203. - 2015
Keywords: European Union, European Single Market, European Economic and Monetary Union, Capital movements, Financial markets, European integration,

29. Europe as a Global Actor
Europe as a Global Actor : Searching for a New Strategic Approach / Karolina Pomorska and Sophie Vanhoonacker In: The JCMS Annual Review of the European Union in 2015 = ISSN 0021-9886: vol. 54 (2015), page 204-217. - 2015
Keywords: European Union, Common foreign and security policy, International politics,

30. Between Rights and Charters
Between Rights and Charters : ECHR and EU law before national judges / Giuseppe Martinico. - Bucureşti : Editura Universitară. - Pages 1-32 In: Dealing with EU law : the role of the national courts in interpretation and application of European Union law / Mihai Şandru, Giuseppe Martinico, Mihai Banu (eds.), ISBN 9786065917491: (2013), Pages 1-32. - 2013
Keywords: European Union, Court of Justice of the European Union, European Court of Human Rights, European Convention for the Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms (Rome, 4 November 1950), Direct effect, Human rights, Primacy, Community law and national law,

31. Deferential dialogues between supranational and constitutional courts in the European multi-level system
Deferential dialogues between supranational and constitutional courts in the European multi-level system / Ioana Răducu. - Bucureşti : Editura Universitară. - Pages 33-59 In: Dealing with EU law : the role of the national courts in interpretation and application of European Union law / Mihai Şandru, Giuseppe Martinico, Mihai Banu (eds.), ISBN 9786065917491: (2013), Pages 33-59. - 2013
Keywords: Romania, European Union, Court of Justice of the European Union, Constitutional Court, National courts, Judicial dialogue,

32. Overcoming the Legal Iron Curtain
Overcoming the Legal Iron Curtain : similarities and differences in the use of preliminary references between new and old Member States / Juan A. Mayoral. - Bucureşti : Editura Universitară. - Pages 60-85 In: Dealing with EU law : the role of the national courts in interpretation and application of European Union law / Mihai Şandru, Giuseppe Martinico, Mihai Banu (eds.), ISBN 9786065917491: (2013), Pages 60-85. - 2013
Keywords: European Union, Court of Justice of the European Union, Preliminary exceptions, National courts, Community law and national law,

33. Proportionality to balance trade in services and fundamental rights between the Court of Justice of the European Union and national courts
Proportionality to balance trade in services and fundamental rights between the Court of Justice of the European Union and national courts / Giuseppe Bianco, Tatum Ragues. - Bucureşti : Editura Universitară. - Pages 86-112 In: Dealing with EU law : the role of the national courts in interpretation and application of European Union law / Mihai Şandru, Giuseppe Martinico, Mihai Banu (eds.), ISBN 9786065917491: (2013), Pages 86-112. - 2013
Keywords: European Union, Court of Justice of the European Union, National courts, Free movement, Proportionality, Human rights, Community law and national law,

34. Indirect taxation and the role of the European Court of Justice within the preliminary reference procedure
Indirect taxation and the role of the European Court of Justice within the preliminary reference procedure / Ricardo García Antón. - Bucureşti : Editura Universitară. - Pages 113-141 In: Dealing with EU law : the role of the national courts in interpretation and application of European Union law / Mihai Şandru, Giuseppe Martinico, Mihai Banu (eds.), ISBN 9786065917491: (2013), Pages 113-141. - 2013
Keywords: European Union, Court of Justice of the European Union, Preliminary exceptions, Taxation, Judges, National courts, Community law and national law,

35. The review of national action for compliance with the Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union in the context of the preliminary reference procedure
The review of national action for compliance with the Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union in the context of the preliminary reference procedure / Mihaela Vrabie. - Bucureşti : Editura Universitară. - Pages 142-173 In: Dealing with EU law : the role of the national courts in interpretation and application of European Union law / Mihai Şandru, Giuseppe Martinico, Mihai Banu (eds.), ISBN 9786065917491: (2013), Pages 142-173. - 2013
Keywords: European Union, Court of Justice of the European Union, Preliminary exceptions, Community law and national law, Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union, Human rights,

36. Heroic of Hapless?
Heroic of Hapless? : the Legal Reform of Counter-terrorism Financial Sanctions Regimes in the European Union / Karen Cooper and Clive Walker. - Cheltenham, UK : Edward Elgar Publishing. - Pages 52-77 In: Constitutionalism across Borders in the Struggle against Terrorism / edited by Federico Fabbrini, Vicki C. Jackson, ISBN 9781784715380: (2016), Pages 52-77. - 2016
Keywords: United Nations, Security Council, European Union, Court of Justice of the European Union, Terrorism, Finances, Prevention, Sanctions,

37. The thin line between the Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union and the European Convention on Human Rights
The thin line between the Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union and the European Convention on Human Rights : trends and patterns in preliminary references in Romanian courts / Daniel Mihail Şandru, Constantin Mihai Banu, Dragoş Alin Călin. - Bucureşti : Editura Universitară. - Pages 174-225 In: Dealing with EU law : the role of the national courts in interpretation and application of European Union law / Mihai Şandru, Giuseppe Martinico, Mihai Banu (eds.), ISBN 9786065917491: (2013), Pages 174-225. - 2013
Keywords: Romania, European Union, Court of Justice of the European Union, Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union, Constitutional Court, European Convention for the Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms (Rome, 4 November 1950), Preliminary rulings, National courts, Community law and national law,

38. The Right to regulate (Cooperatively)
The Right to regulate (Cooperatively) / Alexia Brunet Marks In: University of Pennsylvania Journal of International Law = ISSN 1938-0283: vol. 38, issue 1, page 1-69. - 2016
Keywords: Food, Food safety, Nanotechnology, Health, World Trade Organization, Legal regime, Trans-Pacific Partnership, Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership,

39. The Faceless Court
The Faceless Court / Angela Huyue Zhang In: University of Pennsylvania Journal of International Law = ISSN 1938-0283: vol. 38, issue 1, page 71-135. - 2016
Keywords: European Union, Court of Justice of the European Union, Employment, Judges, Judicial organisation, Reform,

40. La clef de voûte du droit judiciaire européen
La clef de voûte du droit judiciaire européen : le règlement no. 655/2014 du 15 mai 2014 créant une procédure d'ordonnance européenne de saisie conservatoire des comptes bancaires (OESC) / Emmanuel Jeuland In: International Journal of Procedural Law = ISSN 2034-5275: vol. 6, issue 2, page 282-295. - 2016
Keywords: European Union, Convention on Jurisdiction and the Enforcement of Judgments in Civil and Commercial Matters (Brussels, 27 September 1968), Banks, Community law and national law, European private law,

41. La présomption et le droit procédural de l'Union européenne
La présomption et le droit procédural de l'Union européenne / Jorg Sladič In: International Journal of Procedural Law = ISSN 2034-5275: vol. 6, issue 2, page 296-326. - 2016
Keywords: European Union, Court of Justice of the European Union, Primacy, Community law and national law, Legal hermeneutics and legal interpretation,

42. The Protection of Labour Rights in Trade Agreements: The Case of the EU-Colombia Agreement
The Protection of Labour Rights in Trade Agreements: The Case of the EU-Colombia Agreement / Axel Marx, Brecht Lein, Nicolás Brando In: Journal of World Trade = ISSN 2210-2795: vol. 50, issue 4, page 587–610. - 2016
Keywords: Colombia, European Union, Labor rights, Market access, International trade, Sustainable development,

Choix de bibliothécaire

  • Strand, M., The passing-on problem in EU law damages and restitution, Cheltenham, UK ; Northampton, MA, USA ; Edward Elgar Publishing, 2017. Showcase item

    ‘Passing-on’ occurs when harm or loss incurred by a business is passed on to burden that business’s customers or the next level of the supply chain. In this authoritative book Magnus Strand provides the first comprehensive examination of passing-on in EU law damages and restitution. The analysis covers a broad range of contexts including competition damages and the repayment of charges.

    The book offers a systematic examination of the key questions facing parties in a passing-on situation: When can downstream claimants bring an action? How can claimants demonstrate sufficient proximity to the original harmful act or unjustified transaction? Will a possibility of passing-on be relevant to the estimation of the award? These questions are assessed for actions against the EU, a Member State and private individuals.

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  • Fletcher, M., E. Herlin-Karnell & C. Matera, The European Union as an area of freedom, security and justice, London : New York, Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, 2017. Showcase item

    Europe’s area of freedom, security and justice is of increasing importance in contemporary EU law and legislation. It is worthy of special research attention because of its high-stakes content (particularly from an individual and a state perspective) and because its development to date has tangentially thrown up some of the most important and contentious constitutional questions in EU law.

    As the AFSJ becomes more and more intertwined with ‘mainstream’ EU law, this edited collection provides a timely analysis of the merger between the two. Showcasing a selection of work from key thinkers in this field, the book is organised around the major AFSJ themes of crime, security, border control, civil law cooperation and important ‘meta’ issues of governance and constitutional law. It also analyses the major constitutional and governance challenges such as variable geometry, institutional dynamics, and interface with rights around data protection/secrecy/spying. In the concluding section of the book the editors consider the extent to which the different facets of the AFSJ can be construed in a coherent and systematic manner within the EU legal system, as well as identifying potential future research agendas.

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  • Guild, E., BREXIT and its Consequences for UK and EU Citizenship or Monstrous Citizenship, Leiden, Brill Nijhoff, 2017.

    This book examines the result of the 23 June 2016 UK referendum on leaving the EU where 51.9% of the eligible voters who voted chose to leave. Politicians and media have stressed not only that leave means leave, but also that much of the British voting public was motivated to vote leave by issues of immigration and border control. Guild investigates how the issue of EU citizenship became transformed into a discussion about immigration through four themes: the negotiations between the UK and the EU before the referendum; the nature of and difference between British and EU citizenship; the issue of third country national family members and the fears incited by the referendum in light of the rejection of expertise.

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  • Peers, S., EU Justice and Home Affairs Law, Oxford EU Law Library, Oxford, fourth edition, 2016.

    EU Justice and Home Affairs Law  examines in detail the EU legislation and case law on the issues of criminal law and procedure, policing and security, and civil cooperation in these areas, discussing the impact and ongoing development of EU law in these complex and controversial fields. The new edition particularly covers new EU legislation, case law, and operational developments since 2010 on: fair trials legislation; the Schengen Information System; the European Arrest Warrant; the European Investigation Order; the rights of victims of crime; and data protection. The book includes comprehensive coverage of the institutional framework and related human rights aspects, in addition to the connections with other areas of EU law. It concludes with a summary of EU civil law rules, and is updated to cover new legislation on civil jurisdiction, insolvency, small claims, and cross-border family issues.

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  • Mitsilegas, V., M. Bergström and T. Konstadinides (eds.), Research Handbook on EU Criminal Law, Cheltenham; Northampton, Edward Elgar Publishing, 2016.

    EU criminal law is one of the fastest evolving, but also challenging, policy areas and fields of law. This Handbook provides a comprehensive and advanced analysis of EU criminal law as a structurally and constitutionally unique policy area and field of research. With contributions from leading experts, focusing on their respective fields of research, the book is preoccupied with defining cross-border or ‘Euro-crimes’, while allowing Member States to sanction criminal behaviour through mutual cooperation. It contains a web of institutions, agencies, and external liaisons, which ensure the protection of EU citizens from serious crime, while protecting the fundamental rights of suspects and criminals.

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  • Łazowski, A. & S. Blockmans, Research handbook on EU Institutional Law, Cheltenham, Edward Elgar, 2016.

    Research Handbook on EU Institutional Law offers a critical look into the European Union: its legal foundations, competences and institutions. It provides an analysis of the EU legal system, its application at the national level and the prevalent role of the Court of Justice. Throughout the course of the Handbook the expert contributors discuss whether the European Union is well equipped for the 21st century and the numerous crises it has to handle. They revisit the call for an EU reform made in the Laeken Conclusions in 2001 to verify if its objectives have been achieved by the Treaty of Lisbon and in daily practice of the EU institutions. The book also delves into the concept of a Europe of different speeds, which - according to some - is inevitable in the EU comprising 28 Member States. Overall, the assessment of the changes introduced by the Lisbon Treaty is positive, even if there are plenty of suggestions for further reforms to re-fit the EU for purpose.

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Database

EUR-Lex provides free access to European Union law and other documents considered to be public. The collection  include  treaties, international agreements, legislation in force, preparatory acts, case-law and parliamentary questions.

The European e-Justice Portal implemented by the Commission in very close cooperation with EU countries, provides a wealth of information and links on laws and practices in all EU countries. The resources range from information on legal aid, judicial training, European small claims and videoconferencing to links to legal databases, online insolvency and land registers. It also includes user-friendly forms for various judicial proceedings, such as the European order for payment. The portal benefits citizens, businesses, lawyers and judges with cross-border legal questions and boosts mutual understanding of different legal systems by contributing to the creation of a single European area of justice.

Blogs

  • The Future of the European Union after Brexit

    On March 29th Prime Minister of the United Kingdom (UK) Therese May triggered article 50 of the Treaty on the European Union (TEU) in order to withdraw the United Kingdom from the European Union (EU). Just this Tuesday (April 18th) Prime Minister May called for a snap UK election on June 8th 2017 in order to give the people of the United Kingdom a say in whether or not May’s government is acting in the right way in the Brexit negotiations. This blog analyzes some possible implications of the Brexit, according to the European Commission’s White Paper on the future of Europe in 2025.

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  • A Present for the EU at 60

    On the eve of the 60th anniversary of the Treaties of Rome, the EU seems to be besieged by problems, challenges and disasters. Recently, leading proponents of the EU expressed the belief that their Union is tormented by a modern version of the biblical plagues of Egypt. However, the EU will be well-advised to use the occasion for taking a long, hard look at itself. Notably, the way in which the EU presents itself on the Europaserver is indicative for its lack of self-confidence.

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  • The EU Migration Crisis and Moral Obligations

    The European Union is currently coping with the world’s biggest migrant crisis since World War II. A record number of 107,500 migrants reached the EU’s borders last month.Large numbers of desparate migrants and refugees from the Middle East and Africa are trying to enter the European Union every day. Apart from this there are also many illegal immigrants who have entered the EU undetected. A conserable number of them have died during their attempt. According to a report of the UNHCR, around 2500 migrants who were trying to reach and enter the European Union have died or gone missing in the past year.

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  • Wine and... European Law?!

    At first glance wine and European Law don’t have to do much with each other. However, when one analyzes the relationship in depth, the legal aspects of wine have been (and still are) significantly important for the legal integration of the European Union and the creation of the common market. This blog focuses on these legal aspects in four judgments of the European Court of Justice and its predecessors.

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  • In Want of Democratic Legitimacy: Four Presidents searching for the Soul of Europe

    In the midst of the crisis concerning the place of Greece in the Economic and Monetary Union (EMU) and the European Union (EU), the European Council will discuss a report on better economic governance in the Euro Area. As the ‘analytical note’ has been drafted by the Presidents of the European Commission, the Council, the Euro Group and the ECB, the report is referred to in inner circles as the Four Presidents’ Report.

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  • The Data Retention Saga: Dutch Court Declared National Data Retention Law Invalid!

    On March 11, 2015, the district court of The Hague in the Netherlands declared the country’s 2009 Telecommunications Data Retention Act invalid. This decision was a foreseeable effect because of a previous judgement of the Court of Justice of the European Union concerning the annulment of the European Directive on data retention on April 8, 2014. It seems now that European Member States are starting to face the consequences of that annulment. The cause of this is the fact that the European judgement did not automatically make national data retention legislation invalid. I will briefly discuss the case of the Dutch national data retention law.

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  • A Soul for Europe

    There is sincere doubt as to whether it will ever be possible to define the European Union. It depends on the perspective of the beholder, which she or he is likely to conclude about the nature of the Union. The present blogger tends to simultaneously agree and disagree with the authors. He concedes that the perspective from which one investigates the European Union, may determine to a large extent the conclusions which that person is likely to draw. The purpose of this blog is to describe the Union from various perspectives in a number of different ways.

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  • The Eurasian Economic Union as a Geopolitical and Economic Counterweight to the European Union: the Case of Armenia

    The Eurasian Economic Union is the next step in Eurasian economic integration. It will function as a common market with a customs union and has the aim of providing the free movement of goods, services, capital and workforce and conducting common policies in key economic sectors, such as energy and agriculture. The EEU was established in 2014 between Belarus, Kazakhstan, and Russia. A the treaty to enlarge the EEU by including Armenia was signed in October. In this blog we’ll discuss the main reasons for Armenia to join the EEU instead of choosing the path of closer cooperation with the European Union.

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  • The Identity of the European Union

    The question concerning the nature of the EU has been one of the most contested political and academic issues of the last fifty years. From the outset, the debate about European integration has been dominated by the dilemma as to whether the project should result in the emergence of a sovereign state of Europe or in the formation of a Europe of sovereign states. This line of thought leads to the suggestion that, anno 2014, the identity of the EU may be described with the following words: the EU is a Union of citizens and member states which functions as a common democracy.

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  • European Court of Justice Clarification of the Research and Private Study Exception to Copyright Infringement for Libraries

    On Thursday 11 September 2014, the European Court of Justice ruled on the meaning of the research and private study exception to copyright infringement for libraries, educational establishments, museums and archives. The Court decided that libraries are allowed to digitise books and make them available to the public at e-reading points within its vicinity, without the author’s permission. The judgment was issued in Case C-117/13, Technische Universität Darmstadt v Eugen Ulmer KG.

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  • Connecting Habermas with International Law

    The financial crisis has intensified the debate about the feasibility of the European Union as a new phenomenon in international law. In his essay ‘On Europe’s Constitution’, philosopher Jürgen Habermas underlines that he regards the EU as a step in the direction of a politically constituted world order. In an 2012 interview Habermas focuses on the conceptual challenges of the EU by asking the quintessential question: How should we imagine a for closer co-operation necessary, supranational association which complies with stringent demands of democratic legitimacy without assuming the shape of a state?

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  • ECJ Judgment: Private Copying Levy Cannot Include Copies Made from Unlawful Sources!

    The European Court of Justice has been pretty busy the past weeks. On Tuesday, April 8th 2014, the Court has declared the Data Retention Directive invalid from the date on which the directive entered into force. On Thursday, April 10th 2014, the Court has given its verdict on a complicated Dutch case involving the home-copying exception of European copyright legislation, and the associated use of copyright levies on blank media.

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  • The Origins of EU and EMU: Towards a Post-Westphalian Paradigm

    The theoretical hallmark of the European Union is its flexible approach to sovereignty. According to the Westphalian system of international relations which forms the prevailing paradigm in international law and lies at the heart of the organisation of the United Nations, sovereignty is one and indivisible. States are sovereign and without sovereignty there is no State. Guest blog by Jaap Hoeksma, Philosopher of Law, Director of Euroknow and Creator of the Boardgame Eurocracy.

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  • Exit Data Retention Directive: a Victory for Privacy in Europe!

    Last Tuesday, April 8, the European Court of Justice in Luxembourg has declared the Data Retention Directive (Directive 2006/24/EC, 15 March 2006) invalid from the date on which the directive entered into force. In the view of the Court, the requirement in the Data Retention Directive for mobile operators and internet service providers to retain data interfered in a “particularly serious manner with the fundamental rights to respect for private life and to the protection of personal data”.

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  • Europe: Backwards or Forwards?

    In an apocalyptic essay, written at the height of the euro-crisis in 2012, Joseph Weiler predicted that the European Union will turn on its member-states in a similar way as the Golem of Prague persecuted its creators in the 16th century. The author paves the way for this conclusion by attributing a dimension of ‘political messianism’ to the statements of the founding fathers, which turns the Schuman-declaration into a roadmap to ‘the Promised Land’. As messianic narratives are doomed to collapse, the European project is set to disappoint and alienate the populace as well. Consequently, the EU creates the conditions for its own destruction.

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  • Beyond the Westphalian Paradigm

    For decades, the process of European integration has been hampered by the predominance of the Westphalian system of international relations. According to this system, which owes its name to the 1648 Peace of Westphalia, the process of European integration had to result either in the creation of a federal European state or in the establishment of a confederal union of states. Founded in 1992, the EU defied the Westphalian paradigm from the outset.

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  • Ukraine, Moving East or West?

    Although Yanukovych has claimed many times to seek good ties with Russia and the EU simultaneously, it seems that by refusing to sign the Association Agreement (AA) and Deep and Comprehensive Free Trade Agreement (DCFTA) with the EU last November, the power balance is tipping towards Russia. As an alternative to further EU integration, Russia has been actively promoting Ukraine to join the Russian-led Customs Union with Belarus and Kazakhstan, which in the future could progress towards a further integrated Eurasian Union.

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  • Back to or Beyond Westphalia?

    The Italian banker and politician Padoa-Schioppa used to describe Great-Britain as the Venice of Europe. Drawing a comparison between the Italian unification in the 19th century and the present process of European integration, Padoa-Schioppa suggested that the UK is and will remain as reluctant to give up the pound in favour of euro as Venice has been to join the Italian lira. The implication of the comparison is, of course, that, however grudgingly, in the end the UK will accept the common European currency as well.

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  • The European Union as a Common Democracy

    As a young democracy the EU urgently needs to strengthen its legitimacy and accountability. The transition from a traditional union of nation states to a polity of citizens and member states requires a fundamental adjustment of governance structures. The primordial challenge for the coming decades is therefore to address the democratic deficit and to turn the EU into a living democracy.

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  • A Union of States and Citizens: The Emergence of a New Term in International Law

    On June 28th 2011 Peter Kooijmans participated in a conference about the place of the EU in international law, which was held in the Academy Hall of the Peace Palace under the auspices of the T.M.C. Asser Instituut and the Carnegie Foundation. According to a blog on this website, one of the participants started the debate on the presumption that ‘the EU is a thing for which lawyers have no name’.

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  • Cameron and the Intricacies of the Westphalian System of International Relations

    In his long-awaited speech on Europe British Prime Minister David Cameron criticised the EU for its lack of democracy. PM Cameron is right insofar as the citizens of the EU can’t elect their own European government and miss the power to vote their leaders out of office. However, Cameron’s criticism would only be justified if the EU were to be considered as a sovereign state like the UK, France or Germany.

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  • The EU and the Nobel Peace Prize: Who will say thank you?

    European Council President Herman Van Rompuy or Jose-Manuel Barroso, President of the European Commission or Martin Schulz, President of the European Parliament? Together they will fly to Oslo on December 10 to represent the main institutions of the EU at the acceptance ceremony for the Nobel Peace Prize 2012.

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  • The Novelty of the EU

    For decades, the debate about the future of the European Union has been dominated by the dilemma whether the EU was to become a federal state or should establish itself as a union of states. After the entry into force of the Lisbon Treaty, however, it may be suggested that the deadlock in the debate about the finalité politique has been broken. The gist of this blog is to argue that the Lisbon Treaty construes the EU as a democracy without turning the Union into a state. This conclusion can be underpinned as follows.

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  • Internet governance 2012: Who should control the Internet?

    In the last twenty years, the Internet has had a tremendous impact on society and the term “Internet governance” was introduced. At first it was mainly used to describe the technical management of the Internet such as domain names and internet protocols. Nowadays governance refers to questions like “Do we all accept our responsibilities to safeguard the continued development of the Internet as a global, open and safe virtual environment? and Who sets the rules? In this blog I will give a few highlights of the current developments of internet governance on an International and (as well as on) an European level.

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  • The EU as a democratic polity in international law

    On June 28, 2011 a conference was held about The European Union (hereafter EU) as a Polity in International Law at the Academy Hall of the Peace Palace, The Hague, The Netherlands. The conference was held at the initiative of Mr. Jaap Hoeksma, Director of Euroknow. This initiative was supported by Dr P. H. Kooijmans, Prof Dr L-J Brinkhorst, Dr W.F. van Eekelen, Dr W.van Gerven and Dr Th. van Boven.

    The theme of the conference was the legal status of the European Union and its relationship with international law.From its inception, the main goal of the European Union and its integration in the legal as well as political systems of the Member states has been faced with conceptual problems regarding the final goal of the establishment of the European Union. The purpose of the conference was to discuss whether the Lisbon Treaty has overcome the problems by constructing the EU as a democratic polity without turning the Union into a state. If so, what are the consequences for the place of the EU as a polity in international law and for its role in international relations?

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  • European nuclear safety after the Japanese Fukushima disaster

    On Friday 11 March 2011, Japan was struck by a devastating earthquake and tsunami, also known as the Tōhoku earthquake. Japan’s nuclear crisis that was caused by the earthquake and tsunami has so far evoked many questions and worries about the safety of nuclear energy just like the Chernobyl disaster evoked responses in the 1980s. It raises questions about the possible impact of nuclear energy industry on safety and health. Several European countries have discussed the use of nuclear energy and safety measures or have temporarily shut down nuclear reactors since the Japanese earthquake of 11 March 2011.

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  • International and European criminal measures on intellectual property rights

    On October 2, 2010, the 11th and final round of the negotiations for the Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement (ACTA) was concluded successfully in Tokyo, Japan. The Government of Japan hosted the negotiations. Participants in the negotiations included Australia, Canada, the European Union (EU) – represented by the European Commission and the EU Presidency (Belgium) and the […]

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  • Roma Rights in the European Union.

    In July 2010, The French government decided to begin to expel Roma’s, mainly from Romania and Bulgaria, as many of them were living in France illegally. This decision caused much controversy within the Institutions of the EU. This blog will briefly discuss in what way EU institutions have responded to recent Roma issues and what can be done to improve the position of this marginalized community in Europe.

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