The Mutual Assistance and Solidarity Clauses - Martino, Antonio-Maria
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The Mutual Assistance and Solidarity Clauses is the first comprehensive comparative analysis of two major innovations introduced by the Lisbon Treaty. Antonio-Maria Martino's study focuses on the origins, scope, interpretation and technical aspects of both clauses, with a particular focus on the Solidarity Clause. He highlights the overlap between both provisions and the wide range of competences theoretically conferred upon the Union by the Solidarity Clause. The author also presents a critical outline of the negotiations with regard to the new Joint Proposal on the implementation of the…mehr

Produktbeschreibung
The Mutual Assistance and Solidarity Clauses is the first comprehensive comparative analysis of two major innovations introduced by the Lisbon Treaty. Antonio-Maria Martino's study focuses on the origins, scope, interpretation and technical aspects of both clauses, with a particular focus on the Solidarity Clause. He highlights the overlap between both provisions and the wide range of competences theoretically conferred upon the Union by the Solidarity Clause. The author also presents a critical outline of the negotiations with regard to the new Joint Proposal on the implementation of the Solidarity Clause by the Union, which will set out the framework for EU action in the event of a solidarity case.
Autorenporträt
Antonio-Maria Martino studied law at the University of Vienna. He is Head of Unit in the Austrian Federal Ministry of the Interior and Head of Delegation in several EU Council committees. He is a lecturer at the University of Innsbruck and the author of several publications on international and EU law.
Inhaltsangabe
Contents: Genesis, Definition and Scope of the Mutual Assistance and Solidarity Clauses
Models of the Mutual Assistance Clause
Relation between Both Clauses and between the Solidarity Clause and Other Provisions in the Treaties
Joint Proposal on the Implementation by the Union of the Solidarity Clause.