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|Additional Physical Format:||Print version:
European Union and Global Emergencies : A Law and Policy Analysis.
Oxford : Hart, ©2011
|Material Type:||Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Antonis Antoniadis; Robert Schutze; Eleanor Spaventa
|ISBN:||9781847316592 184731659X 1283340232 9781283340236 9781849460828 1849460825|
|Description:||1 online resource (349 pages).|
|Contents:||Antoniadis, Schutze and Spaventa_EB660 The European Union and Global Emergencies 9781847316592; Antoniadis, Schutze and Spaventa_EB660 The European Union and Global Emergencies 9781847316592.pdf; Prelims; Foreword; Acknowledgements; Contents; List of Contributors; Table of Cases; Table of Legislation; Table of Conventions, Treaties, etc; Introduction: the European Union and Global Emergencies; Part I. The European Union and Global Emergencies: Constitutional Challenges; Chapter 1. The EU and Global Emergencies: Competence and Instruments. Chapter 2. Conflicts of Competence in Responding to Global EmergenciesChapter 3. Constitutional Limits to Delegated Powers; Part II. The European Union and Global Emergencies: Thematic Challenges; Chapter 4. The European Union and Peaceful Settlement of Disputes in its Neighbourhood: the Emergence of a New Regional Security Actor?; Chapter 5. Counter-terrorism and Fundamental Rights: Judicial Challenges and Legislative Changes after the Rulings in Kadi and PMOI; Chapter 6. The EU and Energy Security: a Critical Review of the Legal Issues. Chapter 7. The International Financial Crisis, Global Financial Governance and the European UnionChapter 8. Debt Crisis as a Global Emergency: the European Economic Constitution and other Greek Fables; Chapter 9. Securing Safety, Controlling Crises: Development and Misapplication of Food Law in the European Union; Chapter 10. Food Safety at the WTO after Continued Suspension: a Paradigm Shift?; Chapter 11. The EU and Human Trafficking: Framing a Regional Response to a Global Emergency; Part III. The European Union and Global Emergencies: The Perspective of the Institutions. Chapter 12. Common Security and Defence Policy Crisis Management Missions: an Effective Tool for EU Response to EmergenciesChapter 13. The Constitutional Apparatus of the European Union: the Perspective of the European Commission; Chapter 14. The European Parliament and EU External Aid: Measures of Response to Emergency Situations; Index.|
|Series Title:||Modern studies in European law.|
These papers are the most lively written and are fully on topic. And this is not an introduction to the usual lament on unevenness of collected papers: almost all contributions are self-consistent,