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Extending the scope of the German Basic Law to EU citizens: on the right to insurance of an existential minimum (judgment of the German Federal Social Court of 3 December 2015, B 4 AS 44/15 R)
The issue of citizenship as the concept of social rights, such as the right to insurance of an existential minimum, are at the heart of the concerns of local and transnational legislators and judges. The aim here is to define, not without difficulty, what concepts of citizenship are likely to overla...
"Préventive war" and the evolution of public international law
Under the reign of classical international law, preventive war was, in international relations, a natural phenomenon. States used to declare war freely to protect themselves against threats of attack that were either imminent or remote. Preventive war was waged in an offensive or defensive way. The...
At the gates of the European Union: British freeports and associated State aid issues
This paper is an update from an article published in Droit Maritime Français, n° 831 in January 2021, with the permission of the editor Deploying its vision of "Global Britain" in the port sector, the British government plans to create some free ports. In addition to an adapted customs regime, these...
Looking at the law of the European Union after the failure of the Constitutional Treaty
on 25 March 2007, the Berlin Declaration formalised the abandonment by the 27 Member States of the European Union of the draft Treaty establishing a Constitution for Europe. The aim of this book is to understand the state of European Union law in the context of the institutional and political crisis...
Procédés d'expressivité dans l'onomastique personnelle de Béotie
International audience 0.0 L'anthroponymie béotienne a été jusqu'ici l'objet d'études qui se sont attachées essentiellement aux particularités lexicales ou suffixales. Je pense aux travaux de G. Neumann (1908) et de T. Kalen (1924), mais aussi aux descriptions générales du dialecte béotien, qui comp...
The framework for profiling in the General Data Protection Regulation of the European Union (EU) in the light of the EU Charter of Fundamental Rights and the European Convention on Human Rights
A credible European perspective for the Balkans?
[Commission Communication of 20 February. 2020, strengthening the accession process — A credible EU perspective for the Western Balkans, COM (2020) 57; Conclusion of the General Affairs Council on Enlargement and Stabilisation and Association Process — Republic of North Macedonia and Republic of Alb...
Resumption of conventional relations with Belarus: two new coupled readmission and visa agreements
(Council Decision (EU) on the signing (No 2019/2228, OJ 2019 L 333, p. 141) and on the conclusion (No 2020/750, OJ 2020 L 181, p. 1) of an agreement between the European Union and Belarus on the readmission of persons residing without authorisation; Council Decision (EU) on the signing (No 2019/1915...
Refuge or asylum? The situation of Carles Puigdemont in Belgium under EU law
Eurobarometer 44.2BIS Mega-Survey: Policies and Practices in Building Europe and the European Union, January-March 1996
This round of Eurobarometer surveys queried respondents on standard Eurobarometer measures, such as how satisfied they were with their present life, whether they attempted to persuade others close to them to share their views on subjects they held strong opinions about, whether they discussed politi...
The independence of the public audiovisual sector of the political institutions in France and Germany: comparative law study
The independence of public audiovisual media in political institutions is a necessary condition for its function. In France and Germany, the protection of this independence by means of the law follows different strategies due to the profoundly different development of the history of audiovisual law...
Members’ written questions under international law
In an area essentially and by their nature reserved for the government, such as foreign affairs, Members’ written questions are a privileged tool for scrutinising and informing MPs and senators of the work carried out by the Executive. In view of the growing number of questions asked, it is clear th...
European Union and Near European Union and Near Environment: State of play on enlargement policy. The creation of an area of free movement of persons, common to the Union, its neighbours and the candidate countries. Management of homogeneous legal spaces shared by the EU and the EFTA States
Chronique External Action of the European Union under the leadership of Isabelle Bosse-Platière and Catherine Flaesch-Mougin
The impact of Climate on Economic and Financial Cycles: A Markov-switching Panel Approach
This paper examines the impact of climate shocks on 13 European economies analysing jointly business and financial cycles, in different phases and disentangling the effects for different sector channels. A Bayesian Panel Markov-switching framework is proposed to jointly estimate the impact of extrem...
The new forms of liberal exercise
historically, the exercise of a liberal activity regulated in a corporate form has never been obvious under French law. Traditionally, the liberal professional is the one who works individually, independently and far from any external influence. In the 40s, an author had the opportunity to write tha...
Technology openness and implementation rate in legal comparison between German EEG tenders and Brazilian electricity auctions
This work systematises the Brazilian electricity auctions already introduced in 2005 comprehensively for the first time and assesses them on the basis of expert interviews and empirical surveys. The functional comparison with the German tender model provides important insights for the EEG 2017 in th...
To identify and reduce micropollutants at source -Feedback from the Regard project (Bordeaux Metropolis)
Micropollutants (MPs) represent an important environmental and health issue. Identifying their sources and then reducing their discharges is the strategy used in France to fight against water pollution. This is also the approach implemented in the Regard project (Reduction and management of micropol...
The EU in the global club of powers: the case of the EU in the G20
Citizens and Community law: given the elitarian uses of legal remedies before the EU courts
In view of the specific features of the Union’s political system, it is tempting to emphasise the non-republican and ‘composite’ nature of European citizenship. This would be based, inter alia, on the possibility for individuals to defend their interests before the Court of Justice of the European C...
The new EU framework on market abuse: A fine combination of criminal and administrative enforcement? General Presentation.
EU directives and local and regional authorities
Local and regional authorities and economic concepts in EU law
Scientific and Technological Evolution through the Legal Prism Scientific and Technological Evolution through the Legal Prism: Visions of a Multi-Faceted Relationship through the Lens of French and EU Law
Towards a more effective French policy of offsetting impacts on biodiversity: challenges and opportunities
The issue of offsetting the residual impacts of development projects on biodiversity raises many debates: right to destroy one, no charge for others. The recommendations on the correct application of the Eviter — Reduction — Compensation sequence published in 2012 and 2013 by the French Ministry res...
Intergovernmentality in cyberspace: a comparative study of Otan and EU initiatives
While cyberspace has become an indispensable subject of international diplomatic agendas, there are few studies dedicated to analysing the adaptation of international organisations, particularly European ones, to this phenomenon. This article thus provides a comparative study of the bureaucratic, in...