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Marc Cogen's An Introduction to European Intergovernmental Organizations PDF

By Marc Cogen

ISBN-10: 1472445708

ISBN-13: 9781472445704

An advent to eu Intergovernmental corporations offers an updated and available connection with ecu intergovernmental agencies except the ecu Union. the ecu is so dominant that folks usually omit the multitude of older and more moderen, smaller and bigger intergovernmental organisations rooted within the historical past of up to date Europe which proceed to assist form its destiny. The really expert personality of those organisations provides worth to cooperation in Europe as a complete, creates everlasting channels of communique despite ecu club and permits the prospect for non-European involvement via businesses comparable to the ecu financial institution for Reconstruction and improvement and NATO. It additionally permits sub local teams of states, comparable to the Nordic international locations or the Benelux international locations to exist and show their very own id through their very own enterprises. This e-book seems on the historical past of Non-EU firms, their decision-making features, club regulations, criminal powers activities and interactions with one another and the ecu Union. A uniform scheme of research is used to make eu intergovernmental businesses related and by way of learning them we achieve a deeper figuring out and perception into eu affairs.

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Only at the European level decisions could be made for these sectors, which came to be known as supranational decision-making. 1 Also in 1957 the six EEC states established the European Atomic Energy Community (EURATOM) for the civilian development of nuclear energy, with supranational decision-making. French diplomacy was the leading diplomatic force for the creation of the ECSC and the EEC with the aim of binding West Germany to France in a permanent European institutional framework. The common market idea was taken over from the Benelux cooperation of the 1950s – see above.

23 Since EFTA is a free trade zone and does not comprise a customs union, it was necessary to provide detailed rules concerning the origin of products. Protocol 4 provides the rules of origin of products. The EFTA Surveillance Authority and the EEA Joint Committee supervise a proper implementation of the rules concerned. 24 These so-called ‘flanking and horizontal policies’ include a financial contribution by the participating EFTA states - see Articles 80 to 85 EEA concerning detailed rules on participation in EU programmes and projects.

15 Whenever a legal act of the secondary EU legislation is amended or a new one is adopted, a corresponding amendment is made to the relevant Annex of the EEA Agreement by a decision of the EEA Joint Committee – see Article 102(1) EEA. The three EEA/EFTA states do not participate in the decision-making in the EU although they are consulted by the EU before any decision is made regarding the internal market. 16 The EEA Agreement guarantees that EFTA/EEA countries can contribute to the shaping of the EU legislation at the preparatory stage.

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