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Our Most Recent Jean Monnet Working Papers
- (Click here for past series) No. 11/14: Barry E. Carter
- The United States: Use, Non-Use, and Abuse of International Law in the U.S. Legal Order
- Van Gend en Loos:
The Individual as Subject and Object and
the Dilemma of European Legitimacy
- Is There a Case – Legally and Politically –
For Direct Effect of WTO Obligations?
- Is Global Constitutionalism Meaningful or Desirable?
- The Evolution of Direct Effect in the EU:
Stocktaking, Problems, Projections
- The Duality of Direct Effect of International Law
- Direct Effect of International Agreements of the European Union
- Waiting for the Existential Revolution in Europe
- What Van Gend en Loos Stands For
- The Use, Abuse, and Non-Use of International Law
in the United States and France
- The Premises, Assumptions, and Implications of Van Gend en Loos:
Viewed from the Perspectives of Democracy and Legitimacy of International Institutions
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