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Hart monographs in transnational and international law ; v. 8.
Based on the author's original Spanish language dissertation (doctoral)--Universidad de Deusto, 2009/2010.
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Includes bibliographical references (pages 329-366) and index.
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Introduction Different legal orders and different legal pyramids The attempted reconciliation The fundamental rights and the Union The European Convention on Human Rights According to the European Court of Justice EC/EU law according to the European Court of Human Rights The dialogue between Strasbourg and Luxembourg : current situation and prospects The UN Security Council as a "global law enforcement power" European Union law and Security Council resolutions : participation of the European Union in the United Nations sanctions regime European Convention on Human Rights and Security Council resolutions : the contributions of the European Court of Human Rights International law according to the European supranational courts The pluralistic conception versus the constitutional conception of the international legal order The position of the European Union on the international scene after the Kadi case Conclusions.