Mutual Trust and Human Rights in the AFSJ: In Search of Guidelines for National Courts

e-Journal

Table of Contents: I. Introduction. – II. Protection of fundamental rights in the EU: opinion 2/13 of the CJEU. – III. Case-law of the CJEU and the European Court of Human Rights. – III.1. Civil and commercial cooperation. – III.2. Child abduction: The Hague Convention on Child Abduction and Regulation 2201/2003. – III.3. Common European Asylum...

Enforcing the Rule of Law in the EU. In the Name of Whom?

e-Journal

Astonishment seized Europe when, at the beginning of October 2016, Viktor Orban organised a referendum that explicitly aimed at violating EU law. On Thursday 27 October, the three-month deadline the Commission had imposed upon Poland to address what it saw as systemic threats against the rule of law in the country, expired.[1]...

Avotinš v. Latvia. The Uneasy Balance Between Mutual Recognition of Judgments and Protection of Fundamental Rights

e-Journal

Table of Contents: I. Preliminary remarks. – II. Avotiņš v. Latvia: the facts of the case and the findings of the European Court of Human Rights. – III.1. Automatic recognition of civil judgments and rights of defence: the case-law of the CJEU. – III.2. The perspective of the European Court: How to strike a fair balance between mutual trust...

New Perspectives on EU-IMF Relations: A Step to Strengthen the EMU External Governance

e-Journal

Table of Contents: I. Introduction. – II. Pragmatic arrangements in the EMU external governance. – II.1. The legal and political obstacles against the external projection of the Euro area. – II.2. The pragmatic arrangements: The EU in the IMF. – III. The impact of the 2010 IMF reform implementation on the EU. – III.1. The EU representation in a renovated IMF...

Minimalist Reflections on Europe, Refugees and Law

e-Journal

Table of Contents: I. Stilo antico. – II. Perfect storm. – III. Tunnel. – IV. NATO. – V. Weakness. – VI. Deal. – VII. Womenandchildren.

Abstract: It is hard to understand the current developments in European refugee law without the benefit of hindsight. This paper refrains from trying to...

Legal and Accountability Issues Arising from the ECB’s Conditionality

e-Journal

Table of Contents: I. Introduction. – II. The ECB’s conditionality in context. – III. Conditionality applied to collateral eligibility for Eurosystem credit operations. – IV. Conditionality applied to the provision of Emergency Liquidity Assistance. – V. Conditionality applied to the Securities Markets Programme. – VI. Conditionality applied to...

Pages

e-Journal

European Forum

e-Journal

Forum Européen

e-Journal

Forum europeo

e-Journal

Foro Europeo