Constitutional Principles of EU External Relations

Constitutional Principles of EU External Relations

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This book explores how foreign policy fits within the complex constitutional structure of the EU. The structure is characterized by the division of external relations competence between the EU and its Member States. However competence is also divided between the 'pillars' of which the Union is composed: the division between Community competences and the common foreign and security policy. This volume provides both an analysis of the constitutional reality of EUforeign policy and a theoretical analysis suggesting possibilities for reform.2 cf the US Fifth Circuit Court ofAppeals in Occidental ofUmm al Qaywayn, Inc. vA Certain Cargo ofPetroleum, 577 F.2d 1196 (5th Cir. ... EUa#39;s International Relations Worka#39; in C Hill and M Smith (eds), International Relations and the European Union (2005) 155. CfL Henkin Foreign Afiairs and the US Constitution (2nd edn, 1996) vii and 249, noting that analyses of US fora€” eign policy rarely if ever displayanbsp;...

Title:Constitutional Principles of EU External Relations
Author: G. de Baere
Publisher:OUP Oxford - 2008

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