Legal Interaction Between Decisions of International Organizations and European Law

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Europa Law Publishing, 2004 - Law - 310 pages
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The main issue of this book is to analyze whether and to what extent EU membership affects the implementation and application of binding decisions of International Organizations in the domestic legal order of EU Member States. It also examines how the decisions of the EU adopted in the II. and III. pillar vis-Ã -vis its Member States are to be qualified. Are they also decisions of an IO or are they decisions comparable to Community law measures? Thus, this book provides useful insights into the interaction of decisions of IOs with the European and the national legal orders, comparing the situation in Germany, the Netherlands and France.
 

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Contents

Research question
3
Structure
10
International treaties within domestic law
17
International treaties within the European legal order
23
treaties
35
Agreements
41
The general position of decisions of IOs within domestic law
49
The general position of decisions of IOs within
53
Decisions of the 1C AO Council
111
WTO dispute settlement reports
134
European Courts
142
dispute settlement reports within the French legal order
163
The EU as an IO when acting within the II and III pillars
192
The application of Community law principles supremacy
211
decisions?
218
The EC law influenced legal status and effect of II and III
227

E0Turkey Association Council Decisions
61
Decisions adopted by COPsMOPs
76
Security Council Resolutions
94
International law level
233
National law level
244
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About the author (2004)

Nikolaos Lavranos (1971) obtained in 1997 a law degree from the J.W. Goethe University in Frankfurt, received in 1997 a LL.M. degree in European and comparative law from the Maastricht University and was awarded in 1998 the Diploma in EU Law from the Academy of European Law, EUI, Florence. From 1997 until the end of 2001 he worked as Research Associate and Researcher at the Department of International and European Law, Maastricht University. Since then he is working as a Lecturer in EU Law at the Department of European Law, University of Amsterdam, and as a Senior Researcher for the Amsterdam Center for International Law. He has published numerous articles and case-notes in various European legal journals

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