La proposition e-evidence: révélatrice des limites de l’émergence d’une procédure pénale européenne ou compromis nécessaire?

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Table of Contents: I. D’une procédure pénale nationale à une procédure pénale de l’Union européenne. – II. La proposition e-evidence: un compromis classique face à la diversité des procédures pénales au sein de l’Union européenne. – II.1. La fragmentation de la procédure pénale de l’Union européenne. – II.2. L’hétérogénéité des procédures...

The Impact of Brexit on EU Criminal Procedural Law: A New Dawn?

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Table of Contents: I. Introduction: the state of play. – II. Background: a European patchwork. – III. Brexit: replicating the un-replicable. – IV. EU versus UK: opposing directions of travel. – V. EU-27: a new dawn for criminal law cooperation? – VI. Concluding remarks.

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Le Parquet européen: perspectives suisses

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Table of Contents: I. Le Parquet européen et le Ministère public de la Confédération suisse: deux institutions comparables. – II. Le Parquet européen et le Ministère public de la Confédération suisse: convergences et divergences. – II.1. Structure. – II.2. Compétence ratione loci. – II.3. Compétence ratione materiae. – II.4....

Shaping the Future of Europe: Introduction

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Table of Contents: I. Introduction. – II. Shout out to wonderful commentators & peer reviewers. – III. Overview of the contributions. – III.1. Novel institutional approaches. – III.2. Novel (de-)centralised enforcement. – III.3. Future implications of fundamental rights protection. – III.4. New “solutions” to contemporary challenges. – III.5. The EU’s external...

Transparency at the Expense of Equality and Integrity: Present and Future Directions of Lobby Regulation in the European Parliament

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Table of Contents: I. Introduction. – II. The European Parliament: a lobbying target sui generis? – II.1. Specificities of lobbying in the EU. – II.2. Specificities of lobbying in the European Parliament. – III. The place of EP lobbying in EU primary law and EU parliamentary law. – III.1. The TEU and the TFEU. – III.2. The Charter of...

The European Commission Between Institutional Unity and Functional Diversification: The Case of Economic Governance

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Table of Contents: I. Introduction. – II. The one and the many European Commission(s): institutional coherence and functional fragmentation. – III. Economic governance: a new double-edged function. – III.1. The Commission in the post-crisis reform: a patchwork of functions. – III.2. The super-Olli Procedure: an EMU super Commissioner? – III.3. The...

Enhancing Economic and Social Rights Within the Internal Market Through Recognition of the Horizontal Effects of the European Charter of Fundamental Rights

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Table of Contents: I. Economic and social rights and the European integration process. – II. Promoting economic and social rights within the internal market through the recognition of horizontal effects of the Charter: limits and caveats. – III. New challenges in the promotion of economic and social rights through the Charter’s effects in horizontal...

Shaping the Future of Europe in Prisons: Challenges and Opportunities

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Table of Contents: I. Introduction. – II. Prison systems in the EU. – II.1. Human rights in detention. – II.2. Inconsistent and unsatisfactory detention conditions. – III. The need for EU action. – III.1. The centrality of fundamental rights in the AFSJ. – III.2. Aranyosi/Căldăraru: balancing between trust and rights? – IV. Improving...

A New Legal Framework for EU-UK Relations: Some Reflections from the Perspective of EU External Relations Law

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Table of Contents: I. Introduction. – II. A complex legal structure including a Trade and Cooperation Agreement and supplementing agreements. – III. Legal basis: a pragmatic use of the Treaty provision on association (art. 217 TFEU). – IV. The option of an EU-only agreement and its consequences. – V. Provisional application and the role of the...

Neither Representation nor Values? Or, “Europe’s Moment” – Part II

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Part I of this Editorial dealt with the interrelation between representation and taxation reflected in the measures adopted or envisaged by the EU institutions to face the COVID-19 pandemic. It argued that a more courageous approach in each phase of this virtuous circle could have significantly enhanced the legitimacy of the Union as an entity expressing the...

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