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Hallitusten väliset päätöksentekomenettelyt

01-02-2018

Yhteisen ulko- ja turvallisuuspolitiikan alalla sekä useissa muissa yhteyksissä (kuten tiiviimpi yhteistyö, tietyt nimitykset ja perussopimusten tarkistaminen) päätöksentekomenettelyt eroavat tavallisessa lainsäätämisjärjestyksessä sovellettavista menettelyistä. Hallitsevana piirteenä näillä aloilla on hallitusten välisen yhteistyön painottuminen. Valtionvelkakriisi on lisännyt tällaisten päätöksentekomekanismien soveltamista etenkin Euroopan talouden ohjauksessa ja hallinnassa.

Yhteisen ulko- ja turvallisuuspolitiikan alalla sekä useissa muissa yhteyksissä (kuten tiiviimpi yhteistyö, tietyt nimitykset ja perussopimusten tarkistaminen) päätöksentekomenettelyt eroavat tavallisessa lainsäätämisjärjestyksessä sovellettavista menettelyistä. Hallitsevana piirteenä näillä aloilla on hallitusten välisen yhteistyön painottuminen. Valtionvelkakriisi on lisännyt tällaisten päätöksentekomekanismien soveltamista etenkin Euroopan talouden ohjauksessa ja hallinnassa.

Will CSDP Enjoy 'Collateral Gains' from France's Invocation of the EU's 'Mutual Defence Clause'?

14-12-2015

Following the terrorist attacks of 13 November 2015 in Paris, the 'mutual defence/assistance clause' of the Treaty of Lisbon (article 42.7 TEU) was invoked for the first time by an EU Member State. This tool is a 'reactive', intergovernmental instrument. Devoid of specific implementation arrangements, the text foresees no explicit role for EU institutions. As a result, any Member State invoking the clause maintains a wide margin of manoeuvre for pursuing bilateral discussions with partners, who are ...

Following the terrorist attacks of 13 November 2015 in Paris, the 'mutual defence/assistance clause' of the Treaty of Lisbon (article 42.7 TEU) was invoked for the first time by an EU Member State. This tool is a 'reactive', intergovernmental instrument. Devoid of specific implementation arrangements, the text foresees no explicit role for EU institutions. As a result, any Member State invoking the clause maintains a wide margin of manoeuvre for pursuing bilateral discussions with partners, who are at once bound to assist and free to decide the type and scope of their assistance. Article 42.7 was not the only clause France could have invoked to ask for assistance, but it was the least constraining. At a time when the country's financial and military capabilities are increasingly stretched, the simpler clause was a logical choice Beyond the immediate consequences – Member States' unanimous political support and bilateral discussions on assistance – the act is likely to affect the wider debate about the EU's Common Security and Defence Policy (CSDP). The Union's strategic thinking (including on the future 'EU global Strategy for Foreign and Security Policy') and developments may be influenced by the inauguration, with a renewed focus on preparedness, pooling and sharing of capabilities, and the EU's 'comprehensive approach' to crises. The European Parliament has long supported mutual assistance in cases of crises. With its oversight role (in particular based on Article 36 TEU) and role in coordinating with national parliaments, the Parliament could stimulate and take part in debates on the EU's role in multidimensional and transnational crises. Such debates can contribute to an evaluation of Article 42.7 and potentially improve the EU’s security 'toolbox'.

European Grouping of Territorial Cooperation as an Instrument for Promotion and Improvement of Territorial Cooperation in Europe

15-09-2015

This study provides a critical analysis of EGTCs in light of their potential to improve territorial cooperation in Europe. On the basis of a literature review and case studies, the study offers insights into previous achievements of EGTCs, obstacles of their foundation and functioning as well as on their future perspectives. Recommendations have been derived to contribute to the opinion-forming process of the European Parliament about general lessons, future potentials and possibilities for further ...

This study provides a critical analysis of EGTCs in light of their potential to improve territorial cooperation in Europe. On the basis of a literature review and case studies, the study offers insights into previous achievements of EGTCs, obstacles of their foundation and functioning as well as on their future perspectives. Recommendations have been derived to contribute to the opinion-forming process of the European Parliament about general lessons, future potentials and possibilities for further improving the instrument.

Ulkopuolinen laatija

Sabine Zillmer, Christian Lüer, Maria Toptsidou (Spatial Foresight) and Marcin Krzymuski (EGTC – Centre of Excellence, European University Viadrina) ; Erich Dallhammer, Max Kintisch and Bernd Schuh (ÖIR) ; Pietro Celotti, Alice Colin, Arta Preku and Nicola Brignani (t33) ; Bas Waterhout, Wil Zonneveld and Dominic Stead (Delft University of Technology, the Netherlands)

Beyond Economic Governance and Financing the Real Economy

15-02-2011

These two briefing papers mark the end of series of briefing papers supporting the meetings the Special Committee on the Financial, Economic and Social Crisis (CRIS) held in January and February 2011. In preparation for the discussions on the Committee's draft final report these meetings dealt with key questions of the crisis. The first briefing deals with the different ways of decision-making in the area of European Economic Governance; where six proposals are currently under discussion while economic ...

These two briefing papers mark the end of series of briefing papers supporting the meetings the Special Committee on the Financial, Economic and Social Crisis (CRIS) held in January and February 2011. In preparation for the discussions on the Committee's draft final report these meetings dealt with key questions of the crisis. The first briefing deals with the different ways of decision-making in the area of European Economic Governance; where six proposals are currently under discussion while economic governance and relative power in the EU are both in a state of flux. The second paper examines the financing of the real economy, in particular problems and policy options as regards investments that are growth-enhancing, generate employment and improve the sustainability of the economy.

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Sony KAPOOR (Re-Define Managing Director) additional research by Jan MOENS (Re-Define Research Associate) and Nataliya TALEVA (Re-Define Research Associate)

What Form of Constitution for the EU?

01-12-1999

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