The EU's Lisbon Treaty


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The EU's Lisbon Treaty : Institutional Choices and Implementation / edited by Finn Laursen. Burlington, VT : Ashgate, 2012, ISBN 9781409434627 [call no. 32570]. 

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Contents:  Pt. I. Introduction -- 1. The Lisbon Treaty : overview of institutional choices and beginning implementation / Finn Laursen -- Pt. II. Basic institutional choices -- 2. The paradox of Lisbon : supranationalism-intergovernmentalism as an administrative concept / Adriaan Schout, Sarah Wolff -- 3. The EU's Common Foreign and Security Policy (CFSP) after the Lisbon Treaty / Kerstin Radtke -- 4. The EU's internal security architecture: implementation challenges / Sarah Wolff -- 5. The economy of the Treaty of Lisbon / Ferran Brunet -- Pt. III. Institutional actors -- 6. The winner takes it all? the implications of the Lisbon Treaty for the EP's legislative role in co-decision / Rik de Ruiter, Christine Neuhold -- 7. Institutional innovation in the EU : the permanent presidency of the European Council / Carlos Closa -- 8.From an assistant to a manager : the high representative of the Union for Foreign Affairs and sScurity Policy after the Treaty of Lisbon / Carolin Rüger -- 9. The European External Action Service (EEAS) : the idea and its implementation / Finn Laursen -- Pt. IV. External actions -- 10. The common commercial policy: from Nice to Lisbon / Arne Niemann -- 11. Preserving policy autonomy : EU development cooperation from Maastricht to Lisbon / Maurizio Carbone -- 12. Lisbon and EPAS : what prospects for regional development in Africa and the Caribbean? / Timothy M. Shaw -- 13. A gordian knot or not? EU representation in UN climate negotiations / Piotr Maciej Kaczyński [1] -- Pt. V. Conclusions -- 14. The Lisbon Treaty : how significant? / Finn Laursen. 

"The Lisbon Treaty, which came into force in December 2009, aims to make the European Union both more efficient and legitimate. Two new important posts were created; an elected President of the European Council and a High Representative (HR) of the Union for Foreign and Security Policy who will also be a Vice-President of the Commission. Leading international scholars have been gathered together to examine the institutional choices and innovations of the Lisbon Treaty and discuss the likely effects of these changes. Will the changes meet the declared goals of a more efficient and democratic Union which will allow the EU to act internationally with greater coherence and efficiency? If institutions matter, how much do they matter? How significant is the Lisbon Treaty? What kind of leadership will be available in the post-Lisbon EU?"--BOOK JACKET. 

[1] Piotr Maciej Kaczyński we własnych słowach na Twitterze: "traveler/writer/political thinker - Research Fellow - Centre for European Policy Studies (CEPS)" 

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