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L’avis 2/15 de la Cour de justice — et maintenant, que faire du partage des compétences entre l’Union et ses États ?

Abstract : Opinion 2/15 revive with a dynamic and evolutionary conception of common commercial policy and an extensive enforcement of the AETR doctrine which seems in line with the EU’s stated ambitions regarding the current generation of free trade agreements. However, according to the European Court of Justice some aspects of liberalisation and protection of foreign investments fall within shared competences between the EU and its Member states. The consequences to be drawn form the Court’s opinion remain unclear and subject to divergent interpretations. But the one can be the mixed nature of the current generation of EU’s free trade agreements despites all the institutional and procedural obstacles that it entails. Therefore, opinion 2/15 could reshaped the very content of future EU trade agreements and lower the normative claims of the EU in the field of foreign investment law.
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Alan Hervé. L’avis 2/15 de la Cour de justice — et maintenant, que faire du partage des compétences entre l’Union et ses États ?. Cahiers de droit européen- CDE, Bruxelles : Larcier, 2018, p. 693-735. ⟨halshs-01816873⟩

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