Chapter 4: The use of substantive international law by the EU judiciary
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This chapter examines the authority of EU organs in applying international law, parameters of EU's compliance with international law and implications arising when EU organs act contrary to international law. Academic debate has so far focused on the issues of fragmentation between and proposed interpretative technique of harmonisation of EU and international law. This chapter assesses merits of those claims, examining extensive jurisprudence of EU judiciary with regard to multiple areas of international law.

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