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The 1713 Peace of Utrecht and its Enduring Effects, edited by Alfred H.A. Soons, presents an interdisciplinary collection of contributions marking the occasion of the tercentenary of the Peace of Utrecht. The chapters examine the enduring effects of the Peace Treaties concluded at Utrecht in 1713, from the perspectives of international law, history and international relations, with cross-cutting themes: the European Balance of Power; the Relationship to Colonial Regimes and Trade Monopolies; and Ideas and Ideals: the Development of the International Legal Order. With contributions by: Peter Beeuwkes, Stella Ghervas, Martti Koskenniemi, Randall Lesaffer, Paul Meerts, Isaac Nakhimovsky, Sundhya Pahuja, Koen Stapelbroek, Benno Teschke, Jaap de Wilde
The Functioning and Coherence of EU External Representation in a State-centric environment
The European Union at the United Nations examines the implementation of the Common Foreign and Security Policy (CFSP) regime at the United Nations (UN) in New York. It assesses the functioning and quality of the coordination and representation of EU Member States’ national interests and EU policy aims in the most important international organization. Besides dealing with the effectiveness and coherence of EU representation at the UN, the book scrutinizes the potential of the EU as a single actor in foreign and security affairs, reviews CFSP developments generally, and explores whether the process ‘Europeanization’ is taking place in EU external relations. The qualitative institutional analysis is supported by a comprehensive quantitative evaluation of EU Member States’ voting behavior in the UN General Assembly.
Views from the Global Arena
The European Union officially acquired international legal personality with the entry into force of the Lisbon Treaty. Since then, the constitutional foundations of EU external relations have received an ever-greater amount of scholarly attention. So far however, the body of knowledge has remained limited with regard to how the Union is actually being perceived on the global scene. Moreover, its dealings with other international organizations constitute a similar, still underexplored topic. The European Union's Emerging International Identity breaks new ground by addressing both these themes in combination. The resulting volume offers an innovative inquiry into the EU’s image and status, based on a select number of studies of its position and functioning within the framework of eight international organizations.
Editor: Ying-jeou Ma
The Chinese (Taiwan) Yearbook of International Law and Affairs includes articles and international law materials relating to the Republic of China on Taiwan and contemporary Asia-Pacific issues. This volume provides insight into the South China Sea Arbitration, cross-strait relations and Taiwan's New Southbound Policy.
Questions and comments can be directed to the editorial board of the Yearbook by email at yearbook@nccu.edu.tw
Editor: Ying-jeou Ma
The Chinese (Taiwan) Yearbook of International Law and Affairs includes articles and international law materials relating to the Republic of China on Taiwan and contemporary Asia-Pacific issues. This volume provides insight into the South China Sea Arbitration, cross-strait relations and Taiwan's New Southbound Policy.
Questions and comments can be directed to the editorial board of the Yearbook by email at yearbook@nccu.edu.tw

was related to the creation of a new category of worker, the ‘international worker’, to be subject to the Indian social security system. 41 According to this change, workers coming from outside India to work in India for an establishment employing 20 or more persons 42 were to contribute to the

In: The External Dimension of EU Social Security Coordination

Roman Empire, whose emperor derived his legitimacy from a coronation by the Pope of Rome. In that view, the universal religion of states and subjects could not conceivably be anything but Roman Catholic. There was a manifest discrepancy between the expected order of things and reality which the

In: The 1713 Peace of Utrecht and its Enduring Effects

”, Schumpeter argued that the constitutional settlement of 1688, “the defeat of the king and his party represent so decisive a juncture for our subject (the subject being imperialism, B.T.), a break in continuity” that it “turned foreign policy into something altogether different from what it was on the

In: The 1713 Peace of Utrecht and its Enduring Effects

whether the worker is subject to a national social security system. 16 In 1981 and then in 1999, self-employed persons and students were respectively added to the personal scope of Regulation 1408/71. 17 Additionally, the Court of Justice interpreted Regulation 1408/71 as promoting not only free

In: The External Dimension of EU Social Security Coordination

territorial criteria as connecting factors to define whether a person falls within their social security systems. The traditional connecting factors in social security law are defined through residence or employment. The connecting factor based on residence implies that a person is subject to the social

In: The External Dimension of EU Social Security Coordination