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xix, 447 pages : illustrations ; 21 cm.
  • EU-LEX Kosovo : an overview
  • EU-LEX : a unique, technical mission
  • EU-LEX Kosovo at work : performace questioned
  • EU-LEX damocles' sword : North Kosovo
  • EU-LEX in North Kosovo : any chance of survival?
  • EU-LEX out of the circle : mission impossible?
  • EU-LEX fights for the rule of law in the North : between lack of access and trust : a sui generis CSDP civilian mission
  • EU-LEX's fatigue in North Kosovo : caged by its legal conundrum
  • EU-LEX Kosovo first omission : embedded role
  • Identity and civilian missions : is there such a thing? : the case of EU-LEX Kosovo
  • EU-LEX and the power of assertive framing : a missed device
  • EU-LEX before the High Representative of the Union for Foreign Affairs and Security policy : an overview
  • EU-LEX before the European Commission : a partner-digger
  • EU-LEX and the Council of the European Union : a judiciary-focused mission
  • EU-LEX before the European Parliament : lacking clear aims
  • EU-LEX cojustice in Kosovo : an overview
  • EU-LEX cojustice in the North : local ownership missed
  • EU-LEX judges and prosecutors : legal basis
  • EU-LEX co-location judicial model challenged in the North : lessons learned
  • EU-LEX Kosovo five years later : on trial
  • EU-LEX lessons learned : a balance from the ground
  • EU-LEX's self-assessment.
"This book analyzes the EU's largest ever Common Security and Defence Policy civilian mission (EU-LEX). It is the biggest state-building commitment in Kosovo with a focus on the judicial field (rule of law). This choice is based on two main premises: to look at both strengths and weaknesses of a policy (CSDP) established sixteen years ago, while questioning whether in its current setup it is working appropriately in high-ethnic politicized settings like Kosovo, or if alternative measures are to be considered. Based on Alex Bellamy's critical approach theory, this research shows the limits third-part interventions face at enabling both local ownership and multiethnicity in high-divided societies. Far from pretending to be exhaustive, this contribution positions itself in the current debates on state-building enterprises with a view to providing for a comprehensive approach, while focusing on EU-LEX as a case-study and leaving room for suggestions and recommendations."-- Back cover.
Law Library (Crown)

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