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    Jan Wouters,André Nollkaemper,Erika de Wet
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Request PDF On Jan 1, 2008, J. Wouters and others published The europeanisation of International law . But they are particularly prominent when analysing the relationship between international and EU law, a topic that has enjoyed increasing attention in recent years.

But they are particularly prominent when analysing the relationship between international and EU law, a topic that has enjoyed increasing attention in recent years.

This book addresses the effects of European integration on the position of public international law in the European Union and its Member States, illuminating critical questions pertaining to this triangular relationship. Are we dealing with the emergence of a distinct European system of public international law? To what extent do Member States actually recognise the effect of this 'Europeanisation' of international law?

Keywords: international law, european law, europeanisation, european integration

Keywords: international law, european law, europeanisation, european integration. Wouters, jan and Nollkaemper, Andre and de Wet, Erika, Introduction: The Europeanisation of International Law (August, 13 2008). THE EUROPEANISATION OF INTERNATIONAL LAW: THE STATUS OF INTERNATIONAL LAW IN THE EU AND ITS MEMBER STATES, Jan Wouters, André Nollkaemper, Erika de Wet, ed. TMC Asser Press, 2008. com/abstract 1222382.

8 P J Kuijper, ‘Customary International Law, Decisions of International Organisations and Other Techniques for Ensuring Respect for International Legal Rules in European Community Law’ in Nollkaemper and de Wets (eds), The Europeanisation of International Law (TMC Asser.

8 P J Kuijper, ‘Customary International Law, Decisions of International Organisations and Other Techniques for Ensuring Respect for International Legal Rules in European Community Law’ in Nollkaemper and de Wets (eds), The Europeanisation of International Law (TMC Asser Press, the Hague, 2008) 87. 9 Though note that international lawyers tend to reject this analysis in favour of defining the EC and EU as international organizations, as discussed by de Witte at 40. 10 R Wahl, ‘Europeanisation Beyond Supremacy’ 23. 11 . .

law within the Member States. The book is geared towards academics, practitioners and government officials alike. Jan Wouters is Professor of International Law and International Organisations and Director of the Leuven Centre for Global Governance Studies, Leuven University, Belgium.

To what extent do Member States actually recognise the effect of this 'Europeanisation' of international law? What role does the European Court of Justice play with respect to the application and interpretation of 'Europeanised' international law within the Member States.

Enzo Cannizzaro, Paolo Palchetti and Ramses A. Wessel, ed. International Law as Law of the European Union (Leiden: Martinus Nijhoff, 2011); Jan Wouters, André Nollkaemper and Erika De Wet, ed. The Europeanisation of International Law: The Status of International Law in the EU and its Member States (The Hague: Asser Press, 2008).

The europeanisation of International law: the status of international law in the EU and its member states. E De Wet, H Keller, A Stone Sweet. A Europe of rights: The impact of the ECHR on national legal systems, 229-309, 2008. The system can't perform the operation now. J Wouters, A Nollkaemper, E De Wet. From Kadi to Nada: Judicial Techniques Favouring Human Rights over United Nations Security Council Sanctions.

The Europeanisation of International Law The Status of International Law in the EU and its Member St. Gabrielle Whitty.

International law has increasingly become a part of the EU legal order, and has thereby become 'Europeanised'. Consequently, its application and interpretation by EU Member States is no longer solely a matter for their own constitutional order, but is also governed by EU law. This book addresses the effects of European integration on the position of public international law in the European Union and its Member States, illuminating critical questions pertaining to this triangular relationship. Are we dealing with the emergence of a distinct European system of public international law? To what extent do Member States actually recognise the effect of this 'Europeanisation' of international law? What role does the European Court of Justice play with respect to the application and interpretation of 'Europeanised' international law within the Member States.