Edited by Isabelle Bosse-Platière and Cécile Rapoport
This timely book gives an overview of the main legal issues the EU faces in negotiating, concluding and implementing so-called ‘New Generation’ free trade agreements. Featuring contributions by international specialists on EU external action, this book demonstrates why these FTAs have become challenging for the EU, as well as analysing how the EU has dealt with its institutional constraints, and addresses contemporary debates and future challenges for EU institutions and Member States.
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- The Conclusion and Implementation of EU Free Trade Agreements
- Preface and acknowledgments
- Table of cases
- Table of legislation
- Chapter 1: Negotiating and implementing EU free trade agreements in an uncertain environment
- Chapter 2: The Opinion on the free trade agreement with Singapore and its aftermath: some personal reflections
- Chapter 3: Mixity in the EUs post-Lisbon free trade agreements
- Chapter 4: Autonomy and EU competences in the context of free trade and investment agreements
- Chapter 5: Like a bridge over troubled water: the 2/15 Opinion through the lens of EU loyalty
- Chapter 6: EU law and diplomacy regarding negotiations during Brexit and in the transition period: the case of UK/North America trade
- Chapter 7: The role of national parliaments in the negotiation and conclusion of EU free trade agreements
- Chapter 8: The European Parliament and the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership
- Chapter 9: The role of the European Citizens Initiative in the negotiation and implementation of FTAs
- Chapter 10: The provisional application of the EUs mixed trade and investment agreements
- Chapter 11: The joint committees established by free trade agreements and their impact on EU law
- Chapter 12: Joint organs in EU free trade agreements as a threat to democracy
- Chapter 13: The internationalization of the judicial control of EU free trade agreements: when better is the enemy of good
- Chapter 14: Settlement of disputes in new EU free trade agreements: democratizing international adjudication?
- Chapter 15: An international court system for a transformative Europe?
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