Thursday, December 3, 2015

Paulussen, Takács, Lazić, & Van Rompuy: Fundamental Rights in International and European Law

Christophe Paulussen, Tamara Takács, Vesna Lazić, & Ben Van Rompuy have published Fundamental Rights in International and European Law: Public and Private Law Perspectives (Asser Press 2015). Contents include:
  • Christophe Paulussen, Tamara Takács, Vesna Lazić, & Ben Van Rompuy, Introduction
  • Christophe Paulussen & Jessica Dorsey, Towards an EU Position on Armed Drones and Targeted Killing?
  • Onur Güven & Olivier Ribbelink, The Protection of Nationals Abroad: A Return to Old Practice?
  • Kinga Tibori-Szabó, The ‘Unwilling or Unable’ Test and the Law of Self-defence
  • Wybe Th. Douma and Steffen van der Velde, Protection of Fundamental Rights in Third Countries Through EU External Trade Policy: The Cases of Conflict Minerals and Timber
  • Tamara Takács & Davor Jancic, Fundamental Rights and Rule of Law Promotion in EU Enlargement Policy in the Western Balkans
  • Sacha Prechal, The Court of Justice and Effective Judicial Protection: What Has the Charter Changed?
  • Vesna Lazić, Family Private International Law Issues Before the European Court of Human Rights: Lessons to Be Learned from Povse v. Austria in Revising the Brussels IIa Regulation
  • Steven Stuij, Some Aspects of the Application and Ascertainment of Foreign Law in the Light of Article 6 of the ECHR
  • Richard Blauwhoff & Lisette Frohn, International Commercial Surrogacy Arrangements: The Interests of the Child as a Concern of Both Human Rights and Private International Law
  • Antoine Duval & Ben Van Rompuy, Protecting Athletes’ Right to a Fair Trial Through EU Competition Law: The Pechstein Case
  • Marco van der Harst, The Enforcement of CAS Arbitral Awards by National Courts and the Effective Protection of EU Law
  • James A.R. Nafziger, Rights and Wrongs of and About Nationality in Sports Competition