Mixed Agreements Revisited
– The EU and its Member States in the World
Titel:Mixed Agreements Revisited – The EU and its Member States in the World
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Mixed agreements are one of the most significant and complex areas of EU external relations law. They are concluded by the Member States and the EU (or the European Community in the pre-Lisbon days) with third countries and international organisations. Their negotiation, conclusion and implementation raise important legal and practical questions (about competence, authority, jurisdiction, responsibility) and often puzzle not only experts in countries and organisations with which the EU works but also European experts and students. This book, based on papers presented at a conference organised by the Universities of Leiden and Bristol in May 2008 provides, a comprehensive and up-to-date analysis of the legal and practical problems raised by mixed agreements. In doing so, it brings together the leading international scholars in the area of EU external relations, including two Judges at the European Court of Justice and a Judge at the EFTA Court, along with legal advisors from EU institutions, Member States, and third countries.

The book will be of interest to European and international law academics and students, officials in EU institutions, practitioners of EU and international law, political scientists and international relations scholars, and students of European law, politics, and international affairs.


Introduction (Christophe Hillion and Panos Koutrakos)
Part I. Typology of mixed agreements
1. Typology of mixed agreements (Marc Maresceau, Ghent)
2. Cross-pillar agreements (Ramses Wessel, Twente)
Part II. The constitutional framework
3. Mixed Agreements Today (Christiaan Timmermans (Judge, ECJ, Luxembourg)
4. The jurisdiction of the ECJ to interpret mixed agreements (Panos Koutrakos, Bristol)
5. International responsibility from mixed agreements (Pieter-Jan Kuijper, Amsterdam)
6. The requirements of consistency and coherence (Christophe Hillion, Leiden)
7. Mixity and the federal principle (Robert Schütze, Durham)
8. Mixity in the era of the Reform Treaty (Alan Dashwood, Cambridge)
9. The Future of Mixity (Allan Rosas, Judge, ECJ, Luxembourg)
Part III. The actors of mixed agreements
10. A view from the Commission (Frank Hoffmeister, European Commission)
11. A view from the Council (Czuczai Jeno, Council)
12. A view from the European Parliament (Ricardo Passos, European Parliament)
13. A view from Foreign and Commonwealth Office (Ivan Smyth, FCO)
14. A view from The Netherlands (Ivo van der Steen, MFA, The Hague)
15 A view from Norway (Henrik Bull, Judge, EFTA Court, Luxembourg)
16. A view from the State Department (Peter M. Olson, Department of State, US)
Part IV. The practice of mixed agreements
17. Dispute settlement under mixed agreements and the autonomy of the EC legal order (Inge Govaere, Ghent and College of Europe)
18. Disconnection clauses (Marise Cremona, EUI)
19. The establishment of EC, EU and national positions under mixed agreements (Joni Heliskoski, Helsinki)
20. Mixity and the European Convention of Human Rights (Nanette Neuwahl, Montreal)

Conclusion (Christophe Hillion, Panos Koutrakos)
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