April 2010
International & Comparative Law Quarterly;Apr2010, Vol. 59 Issue 2, p481
Academic Journal
This article provides an overview of the changes that have occurred with respect to the external relations of the European Union (EU) from 2005 to 2010. The Court of Justice reexamined the connection between external trade and environmental policies in the Rotterdam Convention on Prior Informed Consent. The contribution of the EU to the Economic Community of West African States is also examined. The Mox Plant case is cited as one instance where the external relationship of EU states was said to be erroneous.


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