The international responsibility of the EU : from competence to normative control
Title: The international responsibility of the EU : from competence to normative control
Author: DELGADO CASTELEIRO, Andrés
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Citation: Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2016, Cambridge studies in European law and policy
When is the EU responsible under international law? Is the EU a 'special case' international organisation? The UN General Assembly's adoption of the ILC articles on the International Responsibility of International Organisations was only the catalyst for debate on this topic. In this book, the author examines the legal personality of the EU, how - if at all - its responsibility under international agreements is shared between Member States, and how the international responsibility of the EU relates to its internal responsibilities under EU law. By exploring how in practice such legal regimes as the ILC, UNCLOS, and the WTO have held the EU responsible, this book provides an innovative analysis of a fundamental aspect of the relationship between the EU and international law.
Table of Contents:
-- 1. The EU's normative control and international responsibility -- 2. Codifying of the responsibility of International Organizations (I): the impact of ARIO's rules of attribution on the EU -- 3. Codifying of the responsibility of International Organizations (II): the impact of ARIO's rules of responsibility on the EU -- 4. EU declarations of competence to multilateral agreements: a useful internal reference base? -- 5. The apportionment of the EU's international responsibility in international environmental law: the international application of EU declarations of competence -- 6. The EU's normative control and international responsibility: the WTO dispute settlement system -- 7. Normative Control in the EU and the Responsibility of Member States: An Analysis of the Responsibility of the EU in International Investment Law.
Initial version: http://hdl.handle.net/1814/21334
Version: Published version of EUI PhD thesis, 2011