Ius gentium (Dordrecht, Netherlands) ; v. 8.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 287-308) and index.
Formatted Contents Note
Charter of Fundamental Rights and the European Res Publica /Ola Zetterquist Fundamental rights in the EU : legal pluralism and multi-level protection after the Lisbon Treaty /Giacomo Di Federico European Charter of Fundamental Rights and the courts /Valentina Bazzocchi European Parliament and the EU Charter of Fundamental Rights /Federico Camporesi Fair trail, due process and rights of defence in the EU legal order /Marco Borraccetti Candidate countries facing a binding charter of fundamental rights : what's new? /Luisa Ficchi Free movement of "needy" citizens after the binding charter, solidarity for all? /Federico Forni Internal market derogations in light of the newly binding character of the EU Charter of Fundamental Rights /Stephen J. Curzon Article 47 of the EU Charter of Fundamental Rights and its impact on judicial cooperation in civil and commercial matters /Giangiuseppe Sanna European Charter of Fundamental Rights and the area of freedom, security and justice /Valentina Bazzocchi Social rights in the European Union : the possible added value of a binding charter of fundamental rights /Serena Coppola Charter of Fundamental Rights and the environmental policy integration principle /Marco Lombardo EU Charter of Fundamental Rights and the social dimension of international trade /Valeria Bonavita European Charter of Fundamental Rights after Lisbon : a "timid" Trojan horse in the domain of the common foreign and security policy? /Luca Paladini.