Constitutional Law of the EU's Common Foreign and Security Policy: Competence and Institutions in External Relations [Hardback]

  • Formāts: Hardback, 376 pages, height x width: 234x156 mm, weight: 720 g
  • Sērija : Modern Studies in European Law
  • Izdošanas datums: 03-Oct-2019
  • Izdevniecība: Hart Publishing
  • ISBN-10: 1509925945
  • ISBN-13: 9781509925940
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  • Formāts: Hardback, 376 pages, height x width: 234x156 mm, weight: 720 g
  • Sērija : Modern Studies in European Law
  • Izdošanas datums: 03-Oct-2019
  • Izdevniecība: Hart Publishing
  • ISBN-10: 1509925945
  • ISBN-13: 9781509925940
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The Common Foreign and Security Policy (CFSP) of the European Union is a highly exceptional component of the EU legal order. This constitutionalised foreign policy regime, with legal, diplomatic, and political DNA woven throughout its fabric, is a distinct sub-system of law on the outermost sphere of European supranationalism. When contrasted against other Union policies, it is immediately clear that EU foreign policy has a special decision-making mechanism, making it highly exceptional. In the now depillarised framework of the EU treaties, issues of institutional division arise from the legacy of the former pillar system. This is due to the reality that of prime concern in EU external relations is the question of 'who decides?' By engaging a number of legal themes that cut across foreign affairs exceptionalism, executive prerogatives, parliamentary accountability, judicial review, and the constitutionalisation of European integration, the book lays bare how EU foreign affairs have become highly legalised, leading to ever-greater coherence in how Europe exerts itself on the global stage. In this first monograph dedicated exclusively to the law of the EU's Common Foreign and Security Policy in modern times, the author argues that the legal framework for EU foreign affairs must adapt in a changing world so as to ensure the EU treaties can cater for a more assertive Europe in the wider world.

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Examines the legal dimension of the EU's external relations law, assessing its robustness in a more challenging global environment.
1. The Constitutionalised Regime of the Common Foreign and Security Policy 1.1. Introduction 1.2. Approach 1.3. Conclusion
2. The History of the Common Foreign and Security Policy 2.1. Introduction 2.2. Formative Days, Pillarisation, and Modern Times 2.3. The Divide between CFSP Matters and Non-CFSP Matters 2.4. Conclusion
3. The EU Legal Order and the Common Foreign and Security Policy 3.1. Introduction 3.2. Non-parliamentary and Judicial Actors 3.3. Choice of Legal Basis and the Centre of Gravity 3.4. Contestation 3.5. Conclusion
4. The European Parliament and the Common Foreign and Security Policy 4.1. Introduction 4.2. A Tale of History 4.3. Soft Legal Powers in CFSP Matters 4.4. Stronger Legal Powers in CFSP Matters 4.5. Taking CFSP Matters to the Court 4.6. The Parliament in Context 4.7. The Future of the Parliament in CFSP Matters 4.8. Conclusion
5. The Court of Justice and the Common Foreign and Security Policy 5.1. Introduction 5.2. Situating CFSP Matters 5.3. A Constrained Court? 5.4. Questioning Jurisdiction 5.5. Lingering Questions 5.6. Political Questions 5.7. A Changing Border 5.8. Conclusion
6. Other Issues and the Common Foreign and Security Policy 6.1. Introduction 6.2. Governance, Values, and the Rule of Law 6.3. Democracy and Participatory Parliaments 6.4. Legitimacy 6.5. Accountability 6.6. Conclusion
7. The Future of the Common Foreign and Security Policy 7.1. Introduction 7.2. Reform of EU Foreign Policy Law 7.3. Abandoning the CFSP Legal Basis 7.4. The Steps Forward 7.5. Conclusion
Graham Butler is Associate Professor of Law at Aarhus University, Denmark.