Download PDF by Marc Cogen: An Introduction to European Intergovernmental Organizations

By Marc Cogen

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An creation to ecu Intergovernmental firms offers an updated and obtainable connection with ecu intergovernmental organisations except the eu Union. the ecu is so dominant that individuals frequently forget the multitude of older and more moderen, smaller and bigger intergovernmental businesses rooted within the historical past of latest Europe which proceed to aid form its destiny. The really expert personality of those enterprises provides worth to cooperation in Europe as an entire, creates everlasting channels of conversation despite ecu club and permits the chance for non-European involvement via corporations akin to the eu financial institution for Reconstruction and improvement and NATO. It additionally permits sub neighborhood teams of states, corresponding to the Nordic international locations or the Benelux nations to exist and convey their very own identification through their very own businesses. This ebook seems on the historical past of Non-EU businesses, their decision-making features, club guidelines, felony powers activities and interactions with one another and the eu Union. A uniform scheme of study is used to make eu intergovernmental companies similar and by means of learning them we achieve a deeper figuring out and perception into eu affairs.

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The Customs Agreement of 1944 operated on the basis of consensus and created three organs, namely an Administrative Council for Customs with the task of unification of customs legislation and tariffs; an Administrative Council for foreign trade which was renamed Council of the Economic Union in April 1946; and a Council for trade agreements with third countries. A Pre-Union Agreement was signed on 15 October 1949 with the aim of creating an economic union and to move beyond a customs union. Another treaty of 18 February 1950 was signed to unify hallmarking and excise duties and to simplify collection at the borders.

Membership Belgium (1958), Luxembourg (1958), The Netherlands (1958). C. Purposes Article 1 declares that ‘… the Benelux countries establish a Benelux Union in order to defend their common interests and to promote the well-being of their populations’. Article 2 specifies that 7 The official name of the treaty is ‘Treaty Revising the Treaty Establishing the Benelux Economic Union’ signed on 3 February 1958. See Frédériquez Dopagne, ‘Le nouveau Benelux’, in: Revue belge de droit international, 2011, pp.

The Agreement on the European Economic Area (EEA), Oxford, Oxford University Press, 1994, p. 13 and p. 20. 18 Tor-Inge Harbo, ‘The European Economic Area Agreement: A Case of Legal Pluralism’, in: Nordic Journal of International Law, 2009, pp. 201–23. 19 Excluded from the scope of the EEA Agreement are matters pertaining to a customs union, a common agricultural and fisheries policy, a common commercial policy, fiscal matters, monetary matters, foreign and security matters, and justice and home affairs.

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