2 edition of Sub-state entities and co-sovereignty within the EU found in the catalog.
Sub-state entities and co-sovereignty within the EU
|Statement||Xabier Ezeizabarrena, Jeremy MacClancy, eds.|
|Series||Riev. Cuadernos -- 3|
|Contributions||Ezeizabarrena, Xabier., MacClancy, Jeremy., Sociedad de Estudios Vascos (San Sebastián, Spain)|
|LC Classifications||KJE5075 .S83 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||236 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||236|
|LC Control Number||2009471993|
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Bengoetxea, J.: Sub-state entities and co-sovereignty within the EU: the Basque case in the current Rev. int. estud. vascos. Cuad., 3,An illustration of the difficulties involved in accommodating for the sub-state entities claiming co-sovereignty.
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The path followed already by Germany, Belgium or Austria offers clear examples of real participation, integration and co-sovereignty exercised for national solidarity. San Sebastián):Sub-state entities and co-sovereignty within the EU: the Basque case in the current situation (Orig.
en) In: Sub-State entities and co-soveraignty within the EU, Abstract: This work analyses the status of infra-state institutions in the European Union from the perspective of the theory of co-sovereignty or shared.
This book contains the edited versions of the conference held at Oxford University, European Studies Centre, St. Antony´s College /04 within the Basque Visiting Felowship research on “Sub-State entities and co-sovereignty within the EU”.
Both the publication, the seminar within. When talking about sovereignty, a distinction can be made between formal and effective sovereignty. Whereas formal or de jure sovereignty has to do with a state’s supreme legal authority over its own decision-making, effective or de facto sovereignty concerns a state’s practical capacity to control its own affairs.
Also sovereignty can be subdivided into three dimensions. EU law ad EU law requirements carry out an enormous weight on sub-state entities (federated units in federal states, regions, provinces and municipalities).
Indeed, all these entities are responsible for the material application of EU law, having to ensure their administrative application and judicial enforcement. Within Europe and the Union national and European political decision makers have several different views of sovereignty.
Political science often defines it as the ability to achieve a goal or to assert one's will. More commonly sovereignty can be defined as supreme authority, over which there is no other higher authority.
A common EU response to these challenges would strengthen the resilience of the entire integration architecture and avoid negative consequences for economic development.
Cherry-picking is not the solution. The consensual and gradual logic of EU integration has also led to institutional asymmetries and gaps within individual integration blocks. Tuñón J., Dandoy R. () Sub-state Entity Participation During the Presidencies of the EU Council.
In: López - Basaguren A., Escajedo San Epifanio L. (eds) The Ways of Federalism in Western Countries and the Horizons of Territorial Autonomy in Spain. Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg. First Online 10. entities) 39 II Return on capital employed (relative value of SOEs versus privately held entities) 40 II Share of staff costs in OPEX (relative value of SOEs versus privately held entities) 40 II Equity-to-assets ratio (relative value of SOEs versus privately held entities) 40 II Skoutaris, Nikos () ‘The role of sub-state entities in the EU decision-making processes: A comparative constitutional law approach’.
In: Federalism in the EU. Hart Publishing, Oxford, pp. Full text not available from this t a copy. Europe has perennially appeared to invoke a choice and, therefore, it has been woven into the fabric of British thought that the EU is an option rather than a destiny.
On the one hand, British sovereignty mellows when directed towards the Anglosphere, yet it takes on an awkward disposition when steered towards Europe. Dedicado a: Cuadernos 3: Sub-State entities and co-sovereignty within the EU.
Ejemplar de Revista en Dialnet. In book: Europe and Iran’s Nuclear Crisis (pp) It does so by examining the treaty-making powers of the sub-state entities, the mechanisms that allow their participation in the foreign.
Sub-state entities can also make declarations or sign cooperation agreements, develop programmes of assistance, share know-how, observe and participate in (technical) committees, participate in other formal or informal networks, and develop their own public diplomacy.
Derrick Wyatt 2 The Status and Rights of Sub-state Entities in “Because this edited collection has been written in Dashwood's honour a vast array of preeminent authorities within the various fields of EU law have made contributions to the book, which thus represents a literary feast for researchers in EU law.
In short, this book attempts. The entity known as European Union is,from the legal point, more recent than most people realise. The current union was created and operates under the Treaty of Lisbon, that was drafted in October Then, after it was approved by all 27 national parliaments and.
European countries are increasingly vulnerable to external pressure that prevents them from exercising their sovereignty. This vulnerability threatens the European Union’s security, economic health, and diplomatic freedom of action, allowing other powers to impose their preferences on it.
The European Union And The Treaty Of Rome Words | 4 Pages. The European Union faced many challenges in creating policies that would be beneficial to all of its Member states while also protecting those countries national interests and their sovereignty. The goal of the European Union.
Indeed, in such cases, the competences transferred to the EU level may well be, at the domestic level, within the domain of those sub-state entities we call "Regions". 3 On a Member State level. State sovereignty is the ability of the state to be independent and have autonomy and control over itself and its decisions.
The word sovereign means autonomous, or. This book focuses on levels (2) (3) and (4). It intends to analyse the interaction of the constitutional and political orders of EU Member States that exhibit varying degrees of territorial pluralism, their sub-state entities and the supranational organisation to which they belong.
The European Union Member States Sovereign Law European Essay. the usual ‘parliamentary’ approach to democracy and constitutionalism cannot be applied when it comes to non-state entities such as the EU. The author makes a claim that lack of conventional forms and legitimacy in the formation of the EU polity may lead to Euro-scepticism.
The laws in each state determine the different legal recognition of Catalan in different territories within the same linguistic community. In the case of the Spanish State, the laws affecting Catalan are also determined by the administrations of the autonomous communities, which are sub-state political entities, established by the Constitution.
At the heart of the EU are laws designed to allow most goods, services, money and people to move freely within EU member states.
The European Commission - the EU's administrative arm - is. Much research has highlighted that sub-state entities (SSEs)—such as the German Länder, the Spanish autonomous communities, or the French regions—mobilize at the European level.
This literature, however, is silent on how this sub-state activity interacts with that of its own member state. Do SSEs lobby in Brussels with their member state (cooperation), without their member state (non.
Sub-State entities are not party to the VCDR, but they often engage in State-like diplomacy. The lack of an international legal framework to cover their activities is the cause for ambiguity concerning the evaluation of their work, but also the source for innovative practices.
This chapter addresses questions arising from this situation and asks, in particular, whether sub-State governments. Sub-state entities such as Scotland, Flanders or Catalonia entertain external relations, however, due to the different legal frameworks of the diplomatic activities of these regions, their channels and competences can vary greatly, making it difficult to compare them.
The article examines the diplomatic activities of Catalonia, an autonomous community of Spain, focusing on its public diplomacy.
Sovereignty is the full right and power of a governing body over itself, without any interference from outside sources or bodies. In political theory, sovereignty is a substantive term designating supreme legitimate authority over some polity.
In international law, sovereignty is the exercise of power by a state. De jure sovereignty refers to the legal right to do so; de facto sovereignty. The European Court of Justice, however, is an EU body and leaving the EU would indeed wrestle the sovereignty of British courts, which interpret British laws set by Parliament back from Europe.
An administrative division, unit, entity, area or region, also referred to as a subnational entity, constituent unit, or country subdivision, is a portion of a country or other region delineated for the purpose of strative divisions are granted a certain degree of autonomy and are usually required to manage themselves through their own local governments.
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A constituent state is a state entity that constitutes a part of a sovereign state.A constituent state holds regional jurisdiction over a defined administrative territory, within a sovereign state.
Government of a constituent state is a form of regional hout history, and also in modern political practice, most constituent states are part of complex states, like federations or. Politics, Philosophy, Language and Communication Studies. Graduate School.
Medicine and Health Sciences. The book is particularly noteworthy as it participates in a slowly emerging debate on the relation between the Member State's sub-national authorities and EU there is as yet no principled and coherent approach to EU law towards local and regional autonomies within its Member States, the book provides some answers and provides a Seller Rating: % positive.
Broadly, the book deals with the concept of sovereignty in the European Union (EU), in relation to direct taxation. It tries to delineate the significance of the concept in the context of the contemporary EU supranational environment, the extent to which this sovereignty has remained with the Member States and the normative implications of this.
A Constitutional Order of States? by Anthony Arnull,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.The Role of Sub-State Entities in the EU “In addressing the question of how the decentralisation of public authority within a Member State interrelates with European Union law, the book fills a significant gap in scholarly literature.
While there is as yet no principled and coherent approach to EU law towards local and regional.This book seeks to identify some of the issues of democracy and legitimacy which underlie the anxiety of state and sub-state entities over the 'creeping competences' of the EU on the one hand, and the questions of capacity and interdependence which pull in the direction of supranational and transnational action and governance on the : Gráinne de Búrca.