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Format   Electronic resource
Holdings   Location
Main Entry   LinkAntoniadis, Antonis.
Title   LinkThe European Union and Global Emergencies : a Law and Policy Analysis.
Imprint   Oxford : Hart, 2011.
Electronic link   EBSCOhost 
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Physical desc.   1 online resource (349 pages).
Series   ( Modern Studies in European Law )
Contents   Contents: Antoniadis, Schutze and Spaventa_EB660 The European Union and Global Emergencies 9781847316592; Antoniadis, Schutze and Spaventa_EB660 The European Union and Global Emergencies 9781847316592.pdf; Prelims; Foreword; Acknowledgements; Contents; List of Contributors; Table of Cases; Table of Legislation; Table of Conventions, Treaties, etc; Introduction: the European Union and Global Emergencies; Part I. The European Union and Global Emergencies: Constitutional Challenges; Chapter 1. The EU and Global Emergencies: Competence and Instruments.
  Chapter 2. Conflicts of Competence in Responding to Global EmergenciesChapter 3. Constitutional Limits to Delegated Powers; Part II. The European Union and Global Emergencies: Thematic Challenges; Chapter 4. The European Union and Peaceful Settlement of Disputes in its Neighbourhood: the Emergence of a New Regional Security Actor?; Chapter 5. Counter-terrorism and Fundamental Rights: Judicial Challenges and Legislative Changes after the Rulings in Kadi and PMOI; Chapter 6. The EU and Energy Security: a Critical Review of the Legal Issues.
  Chapter 7. The International Financial Crisis, Global Financial Governance and the European UnionChapter 8. Debt Crisis as a Global Emergency: the European Economic Constitution and other Greek Fables; Chapter 9. Securing Safety, Controlling Crises: Development and Misapplication of Food Law in the European Union; Chapter 10. Food Safety at the WTO after Continued Suspension: a Paradigm Shift?; Chapter 11. The EU and Human Trafficking: Framing a Regional Response to a Global Emergency; Part III. The European Union and Global Emergencies: The Perspective of the Institutions.
  Chapter 12. Common Security and Defence Policy Crisis Management Missions: an Effective Tool for EU Response to EmergenciesChapter 13. The Constitutional Apparatus of the European Union: the Perspective of the European Commission; Chapter 14. The European Parliament and EU External Aid: Measures of Response to Emergency Situations; Index.
Summary   This collection of essays analyses the European Union’s involvement in global emergencies from a law and policy perspective. Bringing together leading academics and officials from the European Union institutions, the book offers an expert account of the theoretical and practical issues the EU faces when dealing with global emergencies. The subjects covered are highly topical and include the financial and debt crises, regional security and the fight against terrorism, public health and food scares, human trafficking and energy security.
Reproduction note   Electronic reproduction. Ebsco Academic
Subject: corporate   LinkEuropean Union.
  LinkEuropean Union. (OCoLC)fst00916630
Subject - LCSH   LinkCrisis management in government -- European Union countries.
Subject   LinkCrisis management in government -- European Union countries.
  LinkEuropean Union countries -- Politics and government.
  LinkEuropean Union.
  LinkPolitical Science.
Added entry   LinkSchutze, Robert.
  LinkSpaventa, Eleanor.
ISBN   Link9781847316592 (electronic bk.)
  Link184731659X (electronic bk.)
Record number   000754779
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