The Extraterritorial Reach of EU Environmental Law and Access to Justice by Third Country Actors

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Table of Contents: I. Introduction. – II. The legal phenomenon of IEMEIs. – II.1. IEMEIs regulating conduct abroad on the basis of environmental regulatory requirements. – II.2. IEMEIs regulating trade: market access conditions and obligations on Third Country actors. – II.3. Compliance with IEMEIs: “contingent unilateralism”, equivalence and...

The Thousand Cataluñas of Europe

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Irrespective of the perspective from which one looks at the Catalonian events, which are still unfolding under our incredulous eyes, the impression can only be univocal: Spain is right and Catalonia is wrong. The claim of the Spanish Government to preserve the unity of the nation is well founded; conversely, the independence proclaimed by the Catalonian Government amounts to...

Is There an Accountability Gap in EU External Relations? Some Initial Conclusions

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Abstract: This short Article draws together some conclusions based on the contributions to the Special Section “The New Frontiers of EU Administrative Law: Is there a Gap in EU External Relations?”. It concludes first that external action is a rich field in the application of EU administrative law. External policies are implemented...

Introduction: The New Frontiers of EU Administrative Law and the Scope of Our Inquiry

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Table of Contents: I. The EU as a global administrative actor. – II. Development of EU administrative law and external relations: setting the scene. – III. Administrative action as instrumental action in external relations. – IV. Accountability: actors, fora and different types of act. – V. Mapping administrative action in EU external...

Judicial Cooperation, Transfer of Prisoners and Offenders’ Rehabilitation: No Fairy-tale Bliss. Comment on Ognyanov

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Table of Contents: I. Better late than never: the first case concerning the Council Framework Decision 2008/909/JHA on the transfer of prisoners in the European Union. – II. Facts of the case. – III. The notion of enforcement of a sentence and the division of competences between the issuing and executing States. – III.1. Which enforcement? The...

“Effective Judicial Review Is of the Essence of the Rule of Law”: Challenging Common Foreign and Security Policy Measures Before the Court of Justice

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Table of Contents: I. Introduction. – II. The legal framework. – III. Limiting the Court’s jurisdiction. – IV. The Exception: judicial review of CFSP acts. – V. Grounds for and intensity of review. – VI. Conclusion.

Abstract: This Article discusses the role of the Court of Justice in...

The Dublin III System: More Derogations to the Duty to Transfer Individual Asylum Seekers?

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Table of Contents: I. Introduction. – II. Facts and legal issues before the Court. – III. Key aspects of the opinion of the Advocate General and the judgment. – IV. Comments. – IV.1. One step forward. – IV.2. Mutual trust unaffected. – IV.3. The relationship with the ECHR and the case law of the European Court of Human Rights:...

The Interaction Between Mutual Trust, Mutual Recognition and Fundamental Rights in Private International Law in Relation to the EU’s Aspirations Relating to Contractual Relations

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Table of contents: I. Introduction. – II. The European Union’s aspirations relating to contractual relations. – II.1. Context: competences to regulate civil matters. – II.2. First-pillar aspirations: contractual relations and the internal market. – II.3. Third-pillar aspirations: contractual relations and the area of freedom, security and justice...

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