By Henri de Waele
Layered international participant deals a concise yet thorough assessment of the foundations of european exterior relatives legislations. through heavily analyzing the function of the eu Union at the international scene, it goals to supply a scientific evaluate of the suitable ideas and competences, reflecting the criminal advancements of their old and political context. The e-book comprises updated analyses of themes reminiscent of the typical overseas and safeguard coverage, the typical safety and Defence coverage and the typical advertisement coverage. furthermore, it devotes particular cognizance to the EU’s exterior powers in regards to the surroundings, primary human rights and improvement cooperation. it is usually a devoted bankruptcy exploring the relatives with neighbouring nations, in addition to one who elucidates the complicated interaction among ideas of household, ecu and overseas provenance. total, this booklet an cutting edge layout with finished insurance and an interesting type of writing. Its compactness and accessibility permit readers to grasp the most positive aspects of this dynamic box of legislations conveniently, making it an indispensible source for students and practitioners alike.
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56 Whereas this was comparatively easy where the EU itself had adopted those measures of its own motion, a complication arose in those cases where they constituted the follow-up 50 On this, see more generally Case C-178/03, Commission and Parliament v Council (Incorporation of the Rotterdam Convention), and Case C-166/07, Parliament v Council (International Fund for Ireland). 51 In fact, as argued by van Elsuwege (2010), the trusted ‘centre of gravity’ test may well prove wholly unsuited for this specific domain.
Additionally, in the Union’s ‘middle layers’, one finds a sophisticated legal framework for managing legal relations with the outside world. It is, admittedly, bewilderingly complex – but necessarily so, due to the great variety of interests of the institutions and Member States involved, which need to be careful balanced. Over the course of the past decades, the layered structure has been refined and polished in several ways. The Lisbon Treaty brought considerable extra clarity. It has for example resolved the hitherto problematic issue of legal personality, and carved out the division of competences in greater detail.