Volume XC, “European Security / La sécurité européenne”

 

This publication includes the proceedings of the 2007 EGPL Annual Conference. It features an examination of European Security through the evaluation of security policies on the national and European level, presenting simultaneously an assessment of the degree of European integration. It includes an analysis on how a more coordinated and coherent European policy on security is being ratified in the proposals for the new Treaty of the European Union while the resources of European Security are examined in terms of the regulatory framework, organisational arrangements, administrative powers and the instruments of individual protection. Which is the place of the Member States in the European area of Security? Can the Member State be a state subject to the rule of law by meeting its obligation to execute European Security measures? These are some of the questions addressed in this book.

 

TABLE OF CONTENTS

 

SUMMARY / SOMMAIRE
FOREWORD / AVANT-PROPOS
GENERAL INTRODUCTION:
TOWARDS A NEW CONCEPTION OF EUROPEAN SECURITY /
INTRODUCTION GÉNÉRALE:
VERS UNE CONCEPTION NOUVELLE DE LA SÉCURITÉ EUROPÉENNE
L. ORTEGA, Towards a New Conception of European Security
J. DUTHEIL DE LA ROCHÈRE, Vers une conception nouvelle de la sécurité européenne
THE RESOURCES OF EUROPEAN SECURITY /
LES MOYENS DE LA SÉCURITÉ EUROPÉENNE
E. CHITI / B. G. MATTARELLA, The Resources of European Security
C. LADENBURGER, The Resources of European Security - Developing the EU Treaty Bases for Police Cooperation and Judicial Cooperation in Criminal Matters
CITIZENS AND EUROPEAN SECURITY /
LES CITOYENS ET LA SÉCURITÉ EUROPÉENNE
THE RT HON THE LORD LAWS, Citizens and European Security
ELEMENTS OF COMPARISON / ÉLÉMENTS DE COMPARAISON*
M. LESKOVIKU, European Security: Albania
T. CARDONA / A. LEHNER, European Security: Austria
H.-D. BOSLY / S. BOSLY, La sécurité européenne: Belgique
R. STEFANOV, European Security: Bulgaria
H. M. MOTZFELDT / C. BAGGER TRANBERG, European Security and Fundamental Rights: Denmark
M. GAUTIER, La sécurité européenne: France
G. KATROUGALOS / G. PAPAGIANNI / M. TOUSSI, European Security Policies and Greece
T. J. O’DOWD, European Security: Ireland
G. BUZINSKAS, European Security: Lithuania
F. GOUDAPPEL, European Security: The Netherlands
K. WOJTYCZEK, La sécurité européenne: Pologne
A. MATEI / M. COCOSATU / I. TODERASC, European Security: Romania
M. KORBA / L. MOKRA / B. FRIDRICH / T. TÖKÖLYOVÁ / O. PRIKRYL, European Security: Slovak Republic
L. ARROYO JIMÉNEZ / N. GARRIDO CUENCA, Policemen, Soldiers and Secret Services - A Look at the Situation in Spain and Europe
G. EDELSTAM, Reflections on European Security and the Co-operation through the EU: Sweden
C. YÜKSEL, Assimilating Third-Country Nationals to EU Citizens: Turkey
YU. O. VOLOSHIN, European Security: Ukraine
R.P. BARNIDGE, JR., Orders in Council as a Way to Bridge the International and European Legal Orders on Security Issues: United Kingdom

 

ANNEX / ANNEXE, Questionnaire
CASE STUDY / ÉTUDE DE CAS
E. NEFRAMI, La sécurité européenne: L’Etat membre dans l’espace européen de sécurité - Etude de cas
GENERAL CONCLUSIONS / CONCLUSIONS GÉNÉRALES
G. FALCON, Ten Important Years of European Security: General Conclusions

 

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