European Union and Customary International Law

European Union and Customary International Law

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Cambridge University Press

10/2022

304

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Inglês

9781108832977

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Introduction: the European Union and customary international law Fernando Lusa Bordin, Andreas Th. Muller and Francisco Pascual-Vives; Part I. A View from the Outside: The European Union as a Subject of Customary International Law: 1. Applicability of customary international law to the European Union as a sui generis international organization: an international law perspective Christina Binder and Jane A. Hofbauer; 2. Is the European Union a sui generis international organization? The challenge of arguing for special treatment in customary international law Fernando Lusa Bordin; 3. The European Union's role in the making and confirmation of customary international law Jed Odermatt; Part II. Looking in Between: Synergies between Customary International Law and European Union Law: 4. Customary law within the internal legal sphere of the European Union: a tale of autonomy and self-containment Kirsten Schmalenbach; 5. The identification of customary international law before the court of justice of the European Union: a flexible consensualism Francisco Pascual-Vives; 6. Patterns of avoidance and assimilation: peremptory norms in European Union Law Asier Garrido-Munoz; Part III. A View from the Inside: Customary International Law as a Source of European Union Law: 7. Customary international law in the European Union legal system: reception, rank, application and interpretation Werner Schroeder; 8. The direct effect of customary international law: the 'treaty analogy' and its limits Andreas Th. Muller; 9. Customary international law in the European Union legal system: the substantive rules invoked and applied by the Court of Justice of the European Union Paul Gragl; 10. Customary international law as a source of European Union law: the European parliament, the council and the commission Carmen Martinez-Capdevila.