Friday, December 2, 2011

Cannizzaro, Palchetti, & Wessel: International Law as Law of the European Union

Enzo Cannizzaro (Univ. of Rome ‘La Sapienza’), Paolo Palchetti (Univ. of Macerata), & Ramses A. Wessel (Univ. of Twente) have published International Law as Law of the European Union (Martinus Nijhoff Publishers 2011). Contents include:
  • Enzo Cannizzaro, Paolo Palchetti, & Ramses A. Wessel, Introduction: International Law as Law of the EU
  • Ramses A. Wessel, Reconsidering the Relationship between International and EU Law: Towards a Content-Based Approach?
  • Enzo Cannizzaro, The Neo-Monism of the European Legal Order
  • Jan Willem van Rossem, The EU at Crossroads: A Constitutional Inquiry into the way International Law is received within the EU Legal Order Alessandra Gianelli, Customary International Law in the European Union
  • Jan Klabbers, The Validity of EU Norms Conflicting with International Obligations
  • Bruno de Witte, Using International Law for the European Union’s Domestic Affairs
  • Panos Koutrakos, International Agreements in the Area of the EU’s Common Security and Defence Policy
  • Frederik Naert, The Application of International Humanitarian Law and Human Rights Law in CSDP Operations
  • Andrea Gattini, Effects of Decisions of the UN Security Council in the EU Legal Order
  • Beatrice Bonafé, Direct Effect of International Agreements in the EU Legal Order: Does it Depend on the Existence of an International Dispute Settlement Mechanism?
  • Antonello Tancredi, On the Absence of Direct Effect of the WTO Dispute Settlement Body’s Decisions in the EU Legal Order
  • Giacomo Gattinara, Consistent Interpretation of WTO Rulings in the EU Legal Order?
  • Marise Cremona, Member States Agreements as Union Law Eleftheria Neframi, Mixed Agreements as a Source of European Union Law
  • Christina Eckes, International Law as Law of the EU: the Role of the ECJ
  • Paolo Palchetti, Judicial Review of the International Validity of UN Security Council Resolutions by the European Court of Justice
  • Frederico Casolari, Giving Indirect Effect to International Law within the EU Legal Order: The Doctrine of Consistent Interpretation