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See detailLa loyauté dans l'interprétation des accords internationaux
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in Delile, Jean Felix (Ed.) La loyauté dans l'action extérieure de l'Union européenne (2022)

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See detailLe principe de coopération loyale
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in Jean Bernard Auby, Jacqueline Dutheil de la Rochère (Ed.) Traité de droit administratif européen (2022)

Etude du rôle du principe de coopération loyale, en tant que principe distinct des principes spécifiques qui régissent l’administration indirecte

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See detailStatus and Enforceability of EU International Agreements within the Domestic Legal Systems of the Member States: Kupferberg
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in Wessel, Ramses; Butler, Graham (Eds.) EU External Relations Law: The Cases in Context (2022)

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See detailL’Union européenne de la santé : perspectives d’action extérieure
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in Revue des Affaires Européennes (2021)

The European Union’s role in international health issues is of particular importance in the context of the Covid-19 pandemic. The Union aims to strengthen global health policy, in order to build a ... [more ▼]

The European Union’s role in international health issues is of particular importance in the context of the Covid-19 pandemic. The Union aims to strengthen global health policy, in order to build a European Health Union and consolidate its role in the international scene. Article 168 TFEU enables the Union to collaborate with international organisations and partner countries and to participate in the WHO governing bodies despite the absence of full party status. The alignment of internal policies with the objective of protection and improvement of human health gives the Union the implied external competence to participate in international agreements and envisage its active role in the elaboration of an international pandemic treaty. Besides, the Union has recourse to international trade measures in order to preserve the level of human health protection. The global approach of its external action objectives enables the Union to promote human health protection as a value in the conduct of its external policies and to support partner countries in their response to health threats. The Union gradually becomes a unified actor in global health security preparedness and response capacity. [less ▲]

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See detailLes accords internationaux dans l'ordre juridique de l'Union
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in Jurisclasseur Europe Traité (2021)

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See detailChronique européenne Principes du droit administratif européen
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in Revue Française d'Administration Publique (2021)

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See detailPrimauté et droits fondamentaux: une question de compétences?
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in Gaudin, Hélène (Ed.) Primauté et clause la plus protectrice: le renouveau des droits fondamentaux en Europe (2021)

Dans le rapport entre le principe de primauté et la protection des droits fondamentaux la question de la répartition des compétences ne semble pas, à première vue, se poser : la primauté nous place dans ... [more ▼]

Dans le rapport entre le principe de primauté et la protection des droits fondamentaux la question de la répartition des compétences ne semble pas, à première vue, se poser : la primauté nous place dans la sphère de compétence de l’Union, alors que la protection des droits fondamentaux, comme contestation de la primauté, relève de la sphère nationale. Le conflit entre primauté et droits fondamentaux relève ainsi du rapport des ordres juridiques et est résolu par leur interaction, exprimée dans la balance entre le principe de coopération loyale et la prise en compte des intérêts nationaux, sur la base du respect de l’identité nationale ou en invoquant l’article 53 de la Charte . En ce sens, la problématique des compétences n’entre pas en ligne de compte. Cependant, l’élaboration de standards européens de protection des droits fondamentaux, en tant qu’objet direct ou indirect de l’exercice des compétences de l’Union, peut servir le compromis issu du principe d’attribution. Ainsi, primauté et droits fondamentaux peuvent être abordés sous l’angle des compétences. Le rapport entre primauté et droits fondamentaux n’est toutefois pas forcément conflictuel. La Charte est source d’obligations pour les Etats membres au-delà du champ couvert par l’exercice des compétences de l’Union. Il est bien établi que la notion de mise en œuvre du droit de l’Union en tant que condition de l’application de la Charte à l’égard des Etats membres, est entendue dans le sens du domaine couvert par le droit de l’Union. Ainsi, les standards européens de protection sont eux-mêmes couverts par la primauté et interviennent dans l’encadrement de l’autonomie nationale et l’articulation des compétences [less ▲]

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See detailArticle 47 of the Charter in the Opinion procedure
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in European Papers (2021)

This paper affirms that external relations are outside the scope of Article 47 of the Charter. This does not however mean that the principle of judicial protection and the right of access to an ... [more ▼]

This paper affirms that external relations are outside the scope of Article 47 of the Charter. This does not however mean that the principle of judicial protection and the right of access to an independent tribunal have only an internal EU law dimension. In Opinion 1/17, The Court of Justice could assess the CETA’s compatibility with the right of access to an independent tribunal without having recourse to Article 47 of the Charter, on the ground either of the principle of autonomy or of the compatibility with the substantive provisions of the common commercial policy. This paper argues that while judicial protection as part of the autonomy claim could meet some conceptual limits, promoting judicial protection as part of the common commercial policy could reinforce the perception that the Union is a credible and influential actor in international trade and in international procedural law. [less ▲]

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See detailChronique Principes du droit administrative européen
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in Revue Française d'Administration Publique (2020)

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See detailPermanent investment courts and the EU legal order
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in European Yearbook of International Economic Law (2020)

In the external action of the Union, the establishment of permanent investment courts is not only part of the common commercial policy, but also an expression of the objective to promote the rule of law ... [more ▼]

In the external action of the Union, the establishment of permanent investment courts is not only part of the common commercial policy, but also an expression of the objective to promote the rule of law and to act as an influential actor in international procedural law. Through its participation in agreements establishing a bilateral investment court system (ICS) and in the negotiation of the convention establishing a Multilateral Investment Court (MIC), the Union aims to promote its own standards of judicial protection while preserving the constitutional framework at the basis of the principle of autonomy. The present paper deals with the question of division of competences, especially in the context of the establishment of a MIC and in the allocation of international responsibility in Investor-State Dispute Settlement (ISDS) mechanisms. Moreover, it discusses the scope of fundamental principles of the EU legal order through the position of the Court of Justice in Opinion 1/17 and the analysis of the compatibility of the ICS with primary EU law. While the principles of conferral and of the autonomy of the EU legal order impose constraints to the external action of the Union, their scope is at the same time interpreted in a way to accommodate their guarantee with the EU’s objective to contribute to the major reform of the ISDS. In that way, the guarantee of the EU legal order’s constitutional requirements is not necessarily a limit to the efficiency of the Union’s external action [less ▲]

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See detailLa Charte dans l'action extérieure de l'Union européenne
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in Iliopoulou Penot, Anastasia; Xenou, Lamprini (Eds.) La Charte des droits fondamentaux source de renouveau constitutionnel européen (2020)

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See detailQUELQUES REFLEXIONS SUR LE RETOUR DU PRINCIPE DE PRIMAUTE : A PROPOS DES ARRETS POPLAWSKI (C-573/17) ET A.K. (C-585/18, C-624/18 ET C-625/18)
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in in J-C. Barbato, S. Barbou des Places, M. Dubuy, A. Moine (dir), Transformations et résilience de l'Etat, Mélanges en l'honneur de Jean-Denis Mouton (2020)

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See detailBook review Research Handbook on the EU’s Common Foreign and Security Policy
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in Common Market Law Review (2020)

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See detailExternalisation de la politique migratoire et identité de l'Union européenne
Neframi, Eleftheria UL; Gatti, Mauro UL

in Benlolo, Myriam (Ed.) L'Union européenne et les migrations (2020)

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See detailAccords internationaux, Compétence et conclusion
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in Jurisclasseur Fascicule 192-1 (2019)

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See detailAutonomy and EU Competences in the Context of Free Trade and Investment Agreements
Neframi, Eleftheria UL; Gatti, Mauro UL

in Bosse Platiere, Isabelle; Rapoport, Cecile (Eds.) Negotiation and Conclusion of the New Generation of Free Trade Agreements (2019)

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See detailL'action extérieure de l'Union européenne à la lumière du Brexit
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in ERPL/PEDP (2019), 31(1), 209-239

The withdrawal of the UK from the Union places the exiting Member State within the framework of the exernal action of the Union. The present contribution studies the two dimensions of the impact of Brexit ... [more ▼]

The withdrawal of the UK from the Union places the exiting Member State within the framework of the exernal action of the Union. The present contribution studies the two dimensions of the impact of Brexit on the external action of the European Union: on the one hand, in the relationships between the UK-third country and the EU; on the other hand, in the relationships between the EU and the third countries and in particular in what concerns the change in treaty relations. The principles that govern the Union’s external action are adapted to the specific process and to the unprecedented context of Brexit, without losing sight of the Union’s objective of affirming itself as an international credible player. A new dynamic of the external action of the Union could emerge from the opportunity that Brexit offers to reconsider the status of Member State and the Union’s objectives. [less ▲]

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