The international responsibility of the European Union : European and international perspectives
- edited by Malcolm Evans and Panos Koutrakos.
- Oxford, United Kingdom : Hart Publishing, 2013.
- Physical description
- x, 372 pages ; 24 cm
Law Library (Crown)
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- Includes bibliographical references and index.
- Introduction / Malcolm Evans and Panos Koutrakos
- Attribution of international responsibility / Christian Tomuschat
- EU international responsibility and its attribution : from the outside looking in / Pieter Jan Kuijper and Esa Paasivirta
- Self-control : international organisations and the quest for accountability / Jan Klabbers
- Approaches to responsibility in international courts / Malcolm Evans and Phoebe Okowa
- International responsibility of the EU and the European Court of Justice / Allan Rosas
- Erga omnes, jus cogens and their impact on the law of responsibility / Christian J. Tams and Alessandra Asteriti
- EU declarations of competence and international responsibility / Joni Heliskoski
- Responsibility of the European Union in the context of investment / Eileen Denza
- The "odd couple" : the responsibility of th EU at the WTO / Andrés Delgado Casteleiro and Joris Larik
- The wrong trousers : state responsibility and international environmental law / Catherine Redgwell
- Common but differentiated responsibilities in EU climate change law: a case of double standards? / Chris Hilson
- Beyond the either/or : dual attribution to the European Union and to the member state for breach of the ECHR / Enzo Cannizzaro
- The international responsibility of the Union in the context of its CSDP operations / Frederik Naert
- EU foreign, security and defense policy : a competence-responsibility gap? / Ramses A. Wessel and Leonhard den Hertog
- Postscript to chapter 12 / Enzo Cannizzaro.
- Publisher's Summary
- How is the international responsibility of the European Union determined? In the context of the multilayered and ever evolving Union legal order, the Lisbon Treaty has introduced considerable changes to the Union's participation in international affairs. These have rendered this thorny question an even more pressing concern not only for the European Union and its Member States but also for third countries and international organisations. Based on papers delivered at the bi-annual EU/International Law Forum organised by the University of Bristol in May 2011, this volume brings together EU and international law experts to address the various questions raised by the Union's international responsibility. It discusses horizontal issues, such as the concept of responsibility of international organisations in the evolving international legal order and the different techniques available for determining responsibility. It also focuses on specific policy areas (trade, investment, environment, security and defence, human rights) by approaching them from both an EU and international law perspective.
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- Publication date
- "This volume is the product of the Tenth EU/International Law Forum hosted by the University of Bristol Law School in May 2011"--Page 1.
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