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European Papers - A Journal on Law and Integration, Vol. 5, 2020, No 2
The EEA Agreement as a Jack-in-the-box in the Relationship Between the CJEU and the European Court of Human Rights?
Halvard Haukeland Fredriksen and Stian Øby Johansen
It Takes Two to Tango: The Preliminary Reference Dance Between the Court of Justice of the European Union and National Courts
edited by Jasper Krommendijk
It Takes Two to Tango: An Introduction
No Preliminary References from Dutch Overseas Judges: Is It Tambu or Tumba Dancing with the Court of Justice?
Lawyering Eurolaw: An Empirical Exploration into the Practice of Preliminary References
Judicial Hierarchy in the Preliminary Ruling Procedure: Exploring the Relationship Between the First and Second Instance Courts
Irish Courts and the European Court of Justice: Explaining the Surprising Move from an Island Mentality to Enthusiastic Engagement
Active or Passive: The National Judges’ Expression of Opinions in the Preliminary Reference Procedure
Power Talk: Effects of Inter-Court Disagreement on Legal Reasoning in the Preliminary Reference Procedure
Anna Wallerman Ghavanini
When Two Preliminary Questions Result in One and Half Answers: A 'Constitutional Tragedy' in Four Acts
Mariolina Eliantonio and Chiara Favilli
Environmental Democracy and Judicial Cooperation in Environmental Matters: Mapping National Courts Behaviour in Follow-up Cases
Lorenzo Squintani and Sjoerd Kalisvaart
Conference on the Future of Europe
Reforming the EU Outside the EU? The Conference on the Future of Europe and Its Options
Overcoming the Single Country Veto in EU Reform?
Bruno De Witte
The Conference on the Future of Europe and EU Reform: Limits of Differentiated Integration
Quaderni europei ha il piacere di annunciare che il suo fascicolo n. 2 del volume 5, 2020 è ora disponibile on-line....
European Papers is pleased to announce the launch of a Special Focus on pre-trial detention and its alternatives under EU law...
Ultimi Commenti sull’Unione europea e sull’integrazione europea
Abstract: The case DB v. Consob (judgement of 27 October 2020, case C-481/19), pending before the Court of Justice, deals with preliminary questions referred by the Italian Constitutional Court on the applicability and scope of a natural person's right to remain silent during administrative proceedings which may lead to the imposition of...
Pre-trial Detention and EU Law: Collecting Fragments of Harmonisation Within the Existing Legal Framework
Abstract: Pre-trial detention has yet to be harmonised under EU law, although evidence points to an overuse that may affect mutual trust. Other instruments however exist that might impact on the way national authorities use pre-trial detention. In this Insight, we seek to detect fragments of harmonisation within the existing legal framework...
Dual Preliminarity Within the Scope of the EU Charter of Fundamental Rights in the Light of Order 182/2020 of the Italian Constitutional Court
Abstract: The Insight discusses order 182/2020 of 30 July 2020 of the Italian Constitutional Court against the background of the latter Court’s approach to dual preliminarity inaugurated in decision 269/2017. It argues that the order confirms an expansionist trend as regards the scope of the Court’s competence in cases concerning the...
Implementing ‘Responsible Business Conduct’ Approaches Under the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights at the Time of COVID-19
Abstract: COVID-19 has prompted unprecedented changes to daily life across the EU and has affected the enjoyment of many of the rights set out in human rights international treaties. While the current debate on the impact of COVID-19 on human rights mainly has focused its attention on the role of States, on the emergency measures they have to adopt...
The Interplay Between the European Supervision Order and the European Arrest Warrant: An Untapped Potential Waiting to Be Harvested
Abstract: This Insight will discuss the European Supervision Order (ESO) in the context of its nexus with the EAW. It will give an overview of the ESO, focussing on the issue of the ways in which breaches of an ESO may be addressed. The argument is advanced that the ESO’s potential is currently untapped and that it has the ability to make...
Abstract: This Insight analyses the aim of victim protection in the Framework Decision 2009/829/JHA and its limited usefulness, despite being regarded as one of the main objectives of the recognition and enforcement of judicial decisions on supervision measures. After explaining the apparent aims of the Framework Decision, the Insight...
La reazione dell’Unione europea di fronte alla crisi del Mediterraneo orientale: tra misure restrittive e la proposizione di “un’agenda politica positiva” alla Turchia
Abstract: This Insight examines the EU’s reaction to the breaches of the territorial sovereignty of Cyprus and Greece by Turkey in the context of the crisis of the Eastern Mediterranean sea which developed between 2019 and 2020. The EU has reacted by adopting restrictive measures against two Turkish nationals responsible for drilling...
Ultime Note sull’Unione europea
Commission c. Italie, affaire C-644/18: nouveau manquement d’Etat au regard de la directive 'qualité de l’air'
Keywords: environment – appropriate measures – pollution – human health – infringement procedure – air quality.
Le 13 octobre 2018, la Commission a saisi la Cour de Justice de l’Union européenne d’un recours en manquement à l’encontre de l’Etat italien au motif de la violation de la directive 2008/50/CE, dite...
Keywords: Restrictive measures – Common Foreign and Security Policy – EU smart sanctions – human rights violations – EU external action.
On October 19, the European Commission and the High Representative of the EU for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy, Joseph Borrell, put forward a Joint Proposal for a...
Ultime Note sull’integrazione europea
Keywords: European Supervision Order – pre-trial detention – alternatives – harmonisation – judicial cooperation in criminal matters – right to personal liberty.
The use and misuse of pre-trial detention is a recurring concern for national penal systems. While the deprivation of liberty pending judicial...
Diritti dei passeggeri nel mercato aereo tra libera concorrenza e trasparenza tariffaria: brevi note a margine del caso Ryanair c. AGCM
Keywords: internal market – competition law – unfair commercial practices – pricing policies – additional charges – transparency.
Con la sentenza Ryanair Ltd. c. AGCM, depositata lo scorso 23 aprile 2020, la Corte di giustizia è intervenuta sulle...