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Let’s Call It what It Is: Hybrid Threats and Instrumentalisation as the Evolution of Securitisation in Migration Management


Abstract: This Insight examines the discourse surrounding the instrumentalisation of migration and its impact on monitoring the EU’s external borders. It analyses the regulatory response, focusing on the Instrumentalisation Regulation, to determine if an exceptional emergency response is justified. The article explores recent arguments...

El Impacto de la Accesibilidad en el Derecho a la Vida Privada y Familiar


Abstract: Persons with disabilities keep struggling to enjoy their rights on equal conditions with other people despite being granted the right of non-discrimination under several international treaties. The European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR) is increasingly turning to a systemic interpretation of the European Convention on Human Rights with the...

Verso Schrems III? Analisi del nuovo EU-US Data Privacy Framework


Abstract: The Insight aims to analyse whether the Executive Order 14086 of 7 October 2022, signed by the President of the United States following the achievement of the so-called EU-US Data Privacy Framework, has addressed the requirements emerging from the Court of Justice’s ruling in the case Schrems II (case C-311/18). It...

Norme intese a conferire diritti ai singoli e tutela risarcitoria di interessi diffusi: una riflessione a margine della sentenza JP c Ministre de la Transition écologique


Abstract: This Insight takes the Court of Justice’s ruling in JP v Ministre de la Transition écologique and Premier Ministre (case C-61/21) as a starting point to reflect, more broadly, on the interpretation of the first condition of State liability for breaches of EU law, i.e. that the rule breached shall be intended to...

Language Requirements: Integration Measures or Legal Barriers? Insights from X v Udlændingenævnet


Abstract: In X v Udlændingenævnet, the Court of Justice dealt with a Danish provision requiring a Turkish worker, legally resident in Denmark, to successfully pass a language test as a necessary condition to provide his spouse with a residence permit for the purpose of family reunification. The Court claimed that said legislation...

Gibt es eine österreichische Europarechtswissenschaft?


Abstract: The paper addresses the question whether there exists a specific “Austrian” community of EU law scholars. This forms part of the broader question whether there exists a peculiar German or German-speaking community of EU law scholars (to which the current issue is devoted). To this end, the paper examines three fields – the impact of the...

Einheit des Rechts aber nicht der Wissenschaft?


Keywords: legal unity – scientific discourse – fragmentation – comparison of laws – public law – international law.

Ob man nun die EU als Rechtsgemeinschaft, als Rechtsunion, oder als Rechtsraum bezeichnet,[1] zugrunde liegt ein Anspruch auf Einheit, auf Interdependenz zwischen...

Auswirkung von Sprache auf das Verhältnis von Europarechtswissenschaft und Forschung zum inter- und transnationalen Recht


Keywords: language – interdisciplinary exchange – limitations – EU law discourse – international law – transnational law.

Die Chancen und Herausforderungen einer – je nach dem normativen Standpunkt – sprachlich vielfältigen bzw. zersplitterten Europarechtswissenschaft sind zahlreich. Der vorliegende...