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The External Dimension of the European Union’s Area of Freedom, Security and Justice

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Edited By Marise Cremona, Jörg Monar and Sara Poli

During the last decade the rapid growth of justice and home affairs as an internal policy making domain of the European Union has led to the Union emerging as an increasingly important international actor in this field.
This book covers the institutional and legal framework of the external dimension of EU justice and home affairs; issues of policy interaction as well as specific challenges; policy responses and results in the fields of migration policy; judicial cooperation; counter-terrorism; and cooperation with major international partners.
Taking into account the changes introduced by the Treaty of Lisbon as well as the priorities set by the 2010-2014 Stockholm Programme the book provides an in-depth exploration of the political and legal dynamics of a major new dimension of the EU.

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List of Abbreviations ........................................................................... 11 Preface .................................................................................................. 17 Alfredo Pérez Rubalcaba PART ONE. THE INSTITUTIONAL AND LEGAL FRAMEWORK CHAPTER 1. The Institutional Setting and the Legal Toolkit ........... 25 Sara Poli CHAPTER 2. EU External Action in the JHA Domain. A Legal Perspective ............................................................................. 77 Marise Cremona PART TWO. POLICY INTERACTION AND INTERCONNECTION CHAPTER 3. Channels of Externalisation of EU Justice and Home Affairs ....................................................... 119 Sandra Lavenex CHAPTER 4. The External Dimension of the AFSJ and Other EU External Policies. An Osmotic Relationship .................. 139 Panos Koutrakos CHAPTER 5. The Principle of Pre-emption after Opinion 1/2003 and Coherence in EU Readmission Policy ............ 163 Bart Van Vooren PART THREE. EXTERNAL ASPECTS OF MIGRATION POLICY CHAPTER 6. Resilient Bilateralism in the Cooperation on Readmission .................................................................................. 191 Jean-Pierre Cassarino CHAPTER 7. The External Dimension of EU Policy on Trafficking in Human Beings ...................................................... 209 Conny Rijken 10 PART FOUR. EXTERNAL ASPECTS OF JUDICIAL COOPERATION CHAPTER 8. The European Union and the Implementation of International Norms in Criminal Matters .................................. 239 Valsamis Mitsilegas CHAPTER 9. Recent Trends in Private International Law. The European Union and Third States ............................................ 273 Horatia Muir Watt CHAPTER 10. The Exclusive External Competence of the Community under Article 81 TFEU. Lugano re-opened? ....... 287 Jan-Jaap Kuipers PART FIVE. EXTERNAL ASPECTS OF COUNTER-TERRORISM CHAPTER 11. Kadi and the EU as Instrument or Actor. Which Rule of Law for Counter-Terrorism? .................................. 323 Piet Eeckhout CHAPTER 12. Soft, Smart and Strategic. The International Dimension of EU Action in the Fight Against Terrorism .............. 341 Monica den Boer PART SIX. COOPERATION WITH MAJOR INTERNATIONAL...

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