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The European Union After The Treaty Of Lisbon

Author : Diamond Ashiagbor
ISBN : 9781107017573
Genre : Law
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Analysis of some of the most controversial aspects of the European Union's Lisbon Treaty.

The European Union After The Treaty Of Lisbon

Author : Enrique Banús
ISBN : 9279176137
Genre : European Union countries
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The Treaty Of Lisbon And The Future Of European Law And Policy

Author : Martin Trybus
ISBN : 9780857932563
Genre : Law
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'After Lisbon the EU has reached a new precarious stage in its development. New institutions have been created and policies reformed. The different chapters of this book cover the most important innovations, while providing a fresh critical assessment of the shortcomings of the present arrangements. Works are always in progress at the EU site and the authors provide the future architects of this grand building as well as the academic community with much food for thought.' – Roberto Caranta, University of Turin, Italy This comprehensive and insightful book discusses in detail the many innovations and shortcomings of the historic Lisbon version of the Treaty on European Union and what is now called the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union. Divided into six parts, the 23 chapters provide 'after Lisbon' perspectives on law and governance of the EU, its powers and nature, the Charter of Fundamental Rights, EU external action and policy, justice and criminal policy, and economic governance. The authors, drawn from eleven EU Member States, offer a uniquely diverse and extensive coverage of the new EU law and policy after Lisbon. The book argues that while the Treaty of Lisbon has to be considered a milestone in the history of European integration, its shortcomings and open questions will make a future major treaty inevitable. The Treaty of Lisbon and the Future of European Law and Policy will appeal to postgraduate students and academics in European law and policy, EU institutions, diplomatic missions, lobbying, NGOs, specialised lawyers and governments.

The Dynamics Of The Eu Integration And The Impact On The National Constitutional Law

Author : Paola Bilancia
ISBN : 9788814173554
Genre : Law
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The European Union After Lisbon

Author : Søren Dosenrode
ISBN : 9781317033127
Genre : Political Science
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A few years have passed since the Lisbon Treaty came into force but the question still remains of what the Lisbon Treaty has actually brought about. Was it just 'relatively insignificant' as some scholars have claimed, or was it 'something' more? This book sets out to look at this question and it does so by applying a classical division: polity, politics and policy. One of the book's conclusions is that the Lisbon Treaty might have been 'plan b' compared to the aborted Constitutional Treaty, but it is certainly a substantial step forward on the European path of integration. The Lisbon Treaty strengthened the EU both as a polity (its stateness), and in its politics (the rules and procedures) and in spite of the fact that the treaty was not really a 'policy treaty', it has extended the Union's field by federalizing most of the policies within the area of Justice and Home Affairs. This anthology brings together scholars from four European countries each of them a specialist within the fields they are analyzing. Each scholar adds insights from their area of competence to the book, leaving it an important contribution to the study of today's European Union.

The Eu External Relations After The Lisbon Treaty

Author : Iveta Pychova
ISBN : 9783640800704
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Essay from the year 2010 in the subject Politics - International Politics - Topic: European Union, grade: -, University of Southern Denmark, language: English, abstract: The year 2009 was a year of substantive change for the European Union. After almost ten years of long negotiations and many modifications and opt-outs reform treaty, the Lisbon Treaty, was finally ratified by all the 27 Member States of the Union. For some only slightly changed rejected Constitution for Europe, for others a hope of stronger and united Union. As a matter of course the EU needed a reform, indeed. Especially after the eastern enlargement of the European Union in May 2004 it became clear that the Union can not continue to function under the existing treaties that were drafter for 15 Member States. One of the major changes that the Lisbon Treaty brought is concerning the external representation of the EU, namely the establishment of the President of the European Council, the High Representative of the Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy that shall be assisted by a European External Action Service. This will be the main content of this research paper, to determine and analyze the developments within the framework of the external relations of the EU in post-Lisbon period. The Lisbon Treaty is a result of numerous compromises and appeasements and for many still remains merely relabeled Constitution for Europe that transforms the EU into some kind of "super state" with its own President, Minister of Foreign Affairs and diplomatic crops. These arguments are naturally not entirely wrong. The Lisbon Treaty is practically only modification of previously rejected Treaty establishing a Constitution for Europe and number of criticized items were not removed from the Treaty but simply just renamed with its intended functions unchanged, at least in the area of external relations. One might ask why then all the lengthy and complex proceedings? It looks more like a quarrelling over termino

The European Union Legal Order After Lisbon

Author : Patrick Birkinshaw
ISBN : 9789041131522
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In June 2009 the Institute of European Public Law of the University of Hull assembled a range of experts in relevant fields to offer papers and reach some consensus on what has been achieved in the EU legal order and what the future holds for that order given local tensions and global uncertainty.

The European Union After Lisbon

Author : Hermann-Josef Blanke
ISBN : 3642195075
Genre : Law
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The book contains 24 contributions from European law scholars and practitioners analysing the constitutional basis of the European Union and the normative orientation of the Common Foreign and Security Policy (CFSP) as well as the central economic and monetary provisions (TFEU) after the Reform Treaty of Lisbon. Presenting the findings of a European research team, which is composed of authors from eight Member States, the publication underlines the aspiration of the editors to thoroughly analyse the constitutional law of the European Union currently in force.

Law And Values In The European Union

Author : Stephen Weatherill
ISBN : 9780199557264
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How has European Union developed since its origins in the reconstruction of Europe in the wake of the Second World War, and why has it developed in this fashion? The principal theme of this book maintains that the EU is a site for the management of the interdependence of the States that are its members. A whole host of challenges - from climate change to security to migration to economic reform - can be tackled more effectively through multilateral action than by unilateral State action and the EU has become the principal location for that action in common. In essence, the States of the EU are stronger together than apart. In order to achieve multilateral action and participation, the EU requires its own legal order, comprising a range of legislative competences, political and judicial institutions, and a carefully shaped relationship with national law. In one sense, this legal order represents control over State autonomy yet in another it serves as means to ensure States, acting collectively, can meet the aspirations of their citizens in an interdependent world. The EU, as its power has increased, also needs to address questions of democracy, accountability, respect for fundamental rights and for national and local diversity. It should not be measured against the same benchmarks of legitimacy as a State as it will always fail, but it does need to achieve legitimacy. It needs, in short, values. And its Treaties aspire to grant it values. Does its system of governance, heavily implicated in the conferral of rights on individuals enforceable against the EU and Member States, today in areas far beyond the economy, live up to those aspirations? And can it? That is the terrain mapped by this book.

The Lisbon Treaty

Author : Paul Craig
ISBN : 9780199595013
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This book offers an overview of the principal reforms to the European Union brought about by the Lisbon Treaty. The book gives an account of the extended Treaty reform process, analyses in detail the main legal and governance changes effected by the Treaty, and examines these against the background political forces that shaped the new provisions.

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