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Cremona, Thies, & Wessel: The European Union and International Dispute Settlement

Cremona, Thies, & Wessel: The European Union and International Dispute Settlement

Marise Cremona (European Univ. Institute), Anne Thies (Univ. of Reading – Law), & Ramses A Wessel (Univ. of Twente – Law) have published The European Union and International Dispute Settlement (Hart Publishing 2017). Contents include:
  • Marise Cremona, Anne Thies & Ramses A Wessel, Introduction
  • Christophe Hillion & Ramses A Wessel, The European Union and International Dispute Settlement: Mapping Principles and Conditions
  • Esa Paasivirta, European Union and Dispute Settlement: Managing Proliferation and Fragmentation
  • Danae Azaria, The European Union’s Contribution to the Law on Standing and Jurisdiction in International Dispute Settlement
  • Catharine Titi, Aspects of the EU’s Responsibility in International Investment Disputes
  • Niilo Jääskinen & Alicja Sikora, The Exclusive Jurisdiction of the Court of Justice of the European Union and the Unity of the EU Legal Order
  • Tobias Lock, The Not So Free Choice of EU Member States in International Dispute Settlement
  • Anne Thies, European Union Member States and State–State Arbitration: What’s Left?
  • Christina Eckes, International Rulings and the EU Legal Order: Autonomy as Legitimacy?
  • Andrés Delgado Casteleiro, The Effects of International Dispute Settlement Decisions in EU Law
  • Ernst-Ulrich Petersmann, The Position of European Citizens in International Dispute Settlement
  • Gracia Marín Durán, The EU and its Member States in WTO Dispute Settlement: A ‘Competence Model’ or a Case Apart for Managing International Responsibility?
  • Aurora Plomer, The Unitary Patent and Unified Patent Court: Past, Present and Future

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