Cuadernos Europeos se complace en anunciar el lanzamiento de un Dossier especial sobre 'The EU and Climate Change'...
Keywords: State aid – preliminary examination – compatibility of aid – serious doubts – pre-notification contacts – electricity capacity market.
In the judgment in case C‑57/19 P Commission v Tempus Energy and Tempus Energy Technology, the Court of Justice...European Papers, 29.04.2022 | Enviado en
Leading by Example, Ideas or Coercion? The Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism as a Case of Hybrid EU Climate LeadershipInsight
Abstract: The Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism (CBAM) is the most recent and assertive component of EU external climate policy. Whilst the CBAM has the potential to accelerate global climate governance, by demonstrating that Parties to the Paris Agreement can combat carbon leakage by means of border measures, it could simultaneously foster...European Papers, 29.04.2022 | Enviado en
Summer School "Consumer's Rights and Market Regulation in the European Union" (13-22 July 2022) – University of UdineNews
Within the framework of the Jean Monnet Module "CoRiMaR" (2020-2023), the University of Udine (Italy) organises the 15th Summer School on "Consumer's Rights and Market Regulation in the European Union", in cooperation with a consortium of European...European Papers, 23.04.2022 | Enviado en
Misure emergenziali al confine tra UE e Bielorussia: uno scontro tra 'titani' con gravi ripercussioni per i migrantiInsight
Abstract: The migration crisis at the EU-Belorussian border is escalating and the potential for grave human rights violations against third country-nationals stuck between the two “titans” is more and more likely to materialize. This Insight aims to provide an overview of the emergency measures that have been adopted at the national and EU...European Papers, 07.04.2022 | Enviado en
Working Its Way Back to International Law? The General Court’s Judgments in Joined Cases T-344/19 and T-356/19 and T-279/19 Front Polisario v CouncilInsight
Abstract: The CJEU’s approach to international law in the context of territorial disputes has generally attracted substantial criticism, both for its engagement therewith – i.e., its tendency to cherry-pick the applicable rules – and reliance thereon – i.e., its tendency to apply international rules in a dissimilar fashion to their...