Title:EU external competence : rationales for exclusivity Author(s):CREMONA, MariseDate:2017Citation:
- Sacha GARBEN and Inge GOVAERE (eds), The division of competences between the European Union and its Member States : reflections on the past, present and future, Oxford : Hart Publishing, 2017, Modern studies in European law 79, pp. 133-150
Type:Contribution to bookAbstract:The aim of this chapter is to offer a reflection on the rationales for determining that EU external competence should be exclusive, as developed first by the Court of Justice and later by the EU Treaties. In doing so it ...
Title:UK trade policy Author(s):CREMONA, MariseDate:2017Citation:
- Michael DOUGAN (ed.), The UK legal system after withdrawal from the EU, Cambridge : Intersentia, 2017, pp. 247-266
Type:Contribution to bookAbstract:This chapter discusses the UK’s trade policy towards non-EU states (third countries) following withdrawal from the European Union, including preferential trade agreements and autonomous trade measures, bearing in mind that ...
Title:Coherence Through Law: What Difference Will the Treaty of Lisbon Make? Author(s):CREMONA, MariseDate:2008Citation:
- Hamburg Review of Social Sciences, 2008, 3, 1, 11-36, Special Issue on Revisiting Coherence in EU Foreign Policy
Type:ArticleAbstract:Despite the simplification offered by the Lisbon Treaty in establishing a single European Union with a single legal personality and a single set of principles and objectives for the EU’s external action, the structural ...
Title:EC Competence, ‘Smart Sanctions’ and the Kadi Case Author(s):CREMONA, MariseDate:2009Citation:
- Piet EECKHOUT and Takis TRIDIMAS (eds), Yearbook of European Law, 28, 2009, Oxford/New York, Oxford University Press, 2010, 559-592
Type:ArticleAbstract:This contribution examines the issue of Community competence to adopt restrictive measures, such as the freezing of funds, against individuals or entities, in particular in the implementation of sanctions decided upon by ...
Title:Extending the Reach of the AETR Principle: Comment on Commission v Greece (C-45/07) Author(s):CREMONA, MariseDate:2009Citation:
- European Law Review, 2009, 34, 5, 754-768
Type:ArticleAbstract:The Court of Justice has held that a Member State is in breach of its EC Treaty obligations by submitting a proposal to the International Maritime Organisation for monitoring compliance with international rules that have ...
Title:Speaking of the de ... rogations: accommodating a solution of the Cyprus issue within the Union legal order Author(s):CREMONA, Marise; SKOUTARIS, NikosDate:2009Citation:
- Journal of Balkan and Near Eastern Studies, 2009 11, 4, 381-395, Special Issue on Cyprus and the Constitutional Convention
Title:The Single Market as a Global Export Brand: Exporting the Single Market Author(s):CREMONA, MariseDate:2010Citation:
- European Business Law Review 2010, 21, 5, 663-680
Title:Introduction : the new frontiers of EU administrative law and the scope of our inquiry Author(s):CREMONA, Marise; LEINO, PäiviDate:2017Citation:
- European papers : a journal on law and integration, 2017, Vol. 2, No. 2, pp. 467-488
Type:ArticleAbstract:This article introduces our study into the operation of administrative law in EU external relations by introducing its general themes and fields of study. It starts by characterising the EU as a global actor and by ...
Title:Balancing Union and Member State Interests: Opinion 1/2008, Choice of Legal Base and the Common Commercial Policy Under the Treaty of Lisbon Author(s):CREMONA, MariseDate:2010Citation:
- European Law Review, 2010, 35, 5, 678-694
Type:ArticleAbstract:In Opinion 1/2008 on agreements amending the EC's schedules of commitments under the CATS, the Court of Justice interpreted the Nice version of art. 133 EC and, in particular, the special provision in art. 133(6) for joint ...