A Global Solution to a Global Refugee Crisis

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Table of Contents: I. The Refugee Convention’s commitment to self-sufficiency. – II. The ground reality of dependency. – III. Diagnosing the problem. – IV. The challenge. – V. A five-point plan. – V.1. Reform must address the circumstances of all States, not just the powerful few. – V.2. Plan for, rather than simply react to, refugee movements. – V....

The Limping Legitimacy of EU Lawmaking:
 A Barrier to Integration

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Table of Contents: I. Introduction. – II. An historical legacy. – III. Lawmaking in the European Union: A delegated function? – III.1. Sub-delegation. – III.2. The tools of output legitimacy: “Better Regulation”. – III.3. Expertise and output legitimacy. – III.4. Lawmaking by committee. – III.5. The Lisbon reforms. – IV. Pushing for democratic input...

Refugees, the European Union and the “Dublin system”. The Reasons for a Crisis

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Table of Contents: I. The current scenario. Dublin and Schengen in crisis? – II. The initiatives of the European institutions. A censurable delay. The need for solidarity between Member States. – III. The first derogation of the “Dublin system”. The controversial mechanism of replacement and the institutionalisation of exceptions. – IV. The...

Decentralised Integration?
 Fundamental Rights Protection
in the EU Common Foreign and Security Policy

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Table of Contents: I. Introduction. – II. Mandatory respect for EU fundamental rights in CFSP. – II.1. CFSP as distinct framework embedded in the EU legal order. – II.2. Horizontal obligation to respect fundamental rights in the EU. – II.3. Mainstreaming fundamental rights in CFSP decision-making. – III. Derogatory enforcement of EU fundamental...

A Disintegration of European Studies?

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Table of Contents: I. “More Europe” – a better Europe? The state of the Union after the Gauweiler Judgment. – II. The road to the crisis and the ambivalences of unconventional rescue operations. – III. Necessity knows no laws: entrapment in a state of emergency?

Abstract: The European...

The Distribution of Powers Between EU
 Institutions for Conducting External Affairs through Non-Binding Instruments

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Table of Contents: I. Introduction. – II. Decisions authorising the signature of non-binding agreements as acts “intended to produce legal effects”. – III. Clarifying the respective scope of Arts 16 and 17 TEU. – IV. Concluding remarks.

Abstract: The increasing tendency of the EU to resort to non-...

The Passion and the Spirit: Albert Camus as Moral Politician

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Table of Contents: I. Introduction. – II. A manifesto. – III. On Camus. – IV. Camus and the virtues. – V. A smouldering continent. – V.1. Financial crisis. – V.2. Refugee flows. – V.3. Russia and Crimea. – V.4. Referenda, governance, responsibility. – VI. To conclude.

Abstract: This essays...

Public Procurement, Social Policy and Minimum Wage Regulation for Posted Workers: Towards a More Balanced Socio-Economic Integration Process?

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Table of Contents: I. Introduction: pursuing multiple policy objectives via public procurement. – II. Cross-border provision of services and the Posted Workers Directive. – III. Growing inequality and national procurement law. – IV. The decision RegioPost. – V. Conclusion.

Abstract: Income...

A Global Solution to a Global Refugee Crisis

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Table of Contents: I. The Refugee Convention’s commitment to self-sufficiency. – II. The ground reality of dependency. – III. Diagnosing the problem. – IV. The challenge. – V. A five-point plan. – V.1. Reform must address the circumstances of all States, not just the powerful few. – V.2. Plan for, rather than simply react to, refugee movements. – V....

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