Martin Trybus, "European Union Law And Defence Integration"
Publisher: Hart | 2005-10-19 | ISBN: 1841134406 | PDF | 419 pages | 1.1 MB
This new work examines the legal dimension of European defence integration from 1945 onwards, revealing the evolution of ‘European defence and security law’ in its legal, historical, and political context. The notion of ‘defence law’ describes the entire field of rules created to regulate the defence of a nation or alliance. Commencing with the earliest mutual defence treaties and the failure of the European Defence Community the book examines the disappearance of defence and security from the mainstream of European ntegration in the 1950s and its revitalisation in the Treaties of Maastricht, Amsterdam, and Nice. In the context of this evolutionary process, the book examines the function of Community Law and its impact on the composition of the armed forces, the procurement of armaments, or the regulation of the defence industries. The book concludes with an analysis of the Common Security and Defence Policy of the Constitutional Treaty, agreed in 2004, which aims to overcome the three-Pillar structure of the Union. Nevertheless, it leaves the intergovernmental character of the security and defence policy intact and introduces flexible frameworks for its mutual efence, crisis management, and armaments components. However, the author argues, the Union needs a coherent defence policy to ensure her security and to speak with one voice on the international scene.
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