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Author: Ronán Long

Introduction The role of the European Union (EU) in the progressive development and implementation of the law of the sea has moved steadily away from the inauspicious part played by the then European Economic Community (EEC) at the Third United Nations Conference on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS

In: The International Journal of Marine and Coastal Law
Author: Frederik Naert

Introduction This contribution aims to complement those of Professors Ishii and Scovazzi in this issue 1 by addressing in more depth some particular aspects of fisheries and some specificities of the European Union (EU) in this field. The first section explains how institutional settings

In: The International Journal of Marine and Coastal Law

, international actors which claim to be recognised as an Arctic stakeholder is the European Union ( EU ), as distinct from its member States acting either individually or collectively. The EU has not designed and developed any comprehensive and integrated Arctic policy. 10 National policies overlap with EU

In: The International Journal of Marine and Coastal Law
Author: Martin Hennig

Introduction In 2009, the European Union ( EU ) legislators put in place what is commonly known as the ‘ EU Seal Regime’. The regime consists of a package of secondary legislation, which seeks to address the ever-increasing public demand for improved animal welfare conditions. 1 In order to

In: The International Journal of Marine and Coastal Law
Author: Michael Johns

1. Introduction With the recent economic crises in Greece, Portugal, Ireland and elsewhere within the European Union (EU), it is clear to even the most casual observer that the ever closer union is at a cross-road. The EU appeared to have an uninterrupted run of success dating back to its

In: International Journal on Minority and Group Rights
Author: Sofia Galani

realising the nature and the scale of the abuses of persons at sea, and work needs to be done for their effective protection. This also holds true for the protection of human rights within European waters, onboard vessels that fly the flag of a Member State (MS) of the European Union (EU) or during law

In: The International Journal of Marine and Coastal Law

conceptualise public diplomacy in the context of non-traditional security threats and conflicts — this article explores perceptions of the European Union (EU) as a public diplomacy actor in Ukraine. Following this paradigm, when a Western partner (the EU in this case) engages with a society characterised by

In: The Hague Journal of Diplomacy

INTRODUCTION cooperation between African, Caribbean and Pacific Group of States (ACP Group) and the European Union (EU) can be traced back to the signing of Treaty of Rome on 25 March 1957 wh�ch established the European Economic Community (EEC) and made provision for association with

In: Human Rights Law in Africa Online

Partnership Agreement (EPAs) talks with the European Union (EU). 1 While African negotiators still lack the highly resourced deliberative capacities of their European counterparts, they have successfully navigated the negotiations and enhanced their influence in EU-African regional economic governance

In: International Negotiation

The Charter for European Security from a European Union (EU) perspective 1 Lars-Erik Lundin Introduction At 12-noon on 19 November 1999, the High Representatives of fifty-four States, and of the European Commission, signed the Charter for European Security. The occasion was the Summit of the

In: Helsinki Monitor