Friday, September 26, 2008

Wouters, Nollkaemper, & de Wet: The Europeanisation of International Law

Jan Wouters (Leuven Univ. - Law), André Nollkaemper (Univ. of Amsterdam - Law), & Erika de Wet (Univ. of Amsterdam - Law) have published The Europeanisation of International Law: The Status of International Law in the EU and its Member States (T.M.C. Asser Press 2008). Contents include:
  • Jan Wouters, André Nollkaemper, & Erika de Wet, Introduction: The ‘Europeanisation’ of International Law
  • Rainer Wahl, Europeanisation beyond Supremacy
  • Bruno de Witte, The Emergence of a European System of Public International Law: The EU and its Member States as Strange Subjects
  • Christian Tietje, The Status of International Law in the European Legal Order: The Case of International Treaties and Non-binding International Instruments
  • Allan Rosas, The European Court of Justice and Public International Law
  • Pieter Jan Kuijper, Customary International Law, Decisions of International Organisations and Other Techniques for Ensuring Respect for International Legal Rules in European Community Law
  • Johan Callewaert, ‘Unionisation’ and ‘Conventionisation’ of Fundamental Rights in Europe: The Interplay between Union and Convention Law and its Impact on the Domestic Legal Systems of the Member States
  • Astrid Epiney & Bernhard Hofstötter, The Status of ‘Europeanised’ International Law in Austria, Switzerland and Liechtenstein
  • Nóra Chronowski & Tímea Drinóczi, A Triangular Relationship between Public International Law, EC Law and National Law? The Case of Hungary
  • Nikolaos Lavranos, UN Sanctions and Judicial Review
  • Joost Pauwelyn, Europe, America and the ‘Unity’ of International Law