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Crime within the Area of Freedom, Security and Justice
A European Public Order

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Christina Eckes, Theodore Konstadinides, Maria Fletcher, Patrycja Szarek Mason, Ester Herlin-Karnell, Maria Bergström, Massimo Fichera, Cian Murphy, Alicia Hinarejos, Ramses A. Wessel, Luisa Marin, Claudio Matera
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  • Date Published: March 2011
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  • isbn: 9781139005654

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  • The 'Europeanisation' of the fight against crime is a broad and much-contested notion. This in-depth analysis of the role of the EU in fighting crime within the area of freedom, security and justice explores the impact of EU policies in the Member States, the progressive convergence of Member States' criminal law systems, the emergence of mutual recognition as an alternative to harmonization, and the incremental development of the ECJ's jurisdiction. The essays also explore the limitations inherent in EU counter-crime policies and the changes brought about by the introduction of the Treaty of Lisbon. These changes are discussed both collectively and within individual substantive areas in which the EU has taken an active role in fighting crime, such as corruption, money laundering, terrorism, organised crime and extradition.

    • Analyses substantive areas of EU criminal law, helping readers get to grips with the impact of EU policies upon criminal justice and the notion of a European public order in the making
    • Provides a new perspective from which to examine the current state and transformation of EU criminal law and the establishment of a European public order
    • Gives a full account of new policy areas and changes resulting from the Treaty of Lisbon, including the qualified 'Communitarisation' of the former EU third pillar and its impact upon substantive areas of criminal law
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    'Collectively, these essays examine some of the emerging issues of the EU's fight against crime in the AFSJ. It contains concise stand-alone assessments of the impact of the Treaty of Lisbon in discrete areas of criminal law, including the major innovations and the limitations.' Wanni Teo, Yearbook of European Law

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    • Date Published: March 2011
    • format: Adobe eBook Reader
    • isbn: 9781139005654
    • availability: This ISBN is for an eBook version which is distributed on our behalf by a third party.
  • Table of Contents

    Introduction Christina Eckes and Theodore Konstadinides
    1. EU criminal justice: beyond Lisbon Maria Fletcher
    2. The European Union policy against corruption in the light of recent international developments Patrycja Szarek Mason
    3. The EU's anti-money laundering agenda: built on risks? Ester Herlin-Karnell
    4. EU anti-money laundering regulation: multilevel cooperation of public and private actors Maria Bergström
    5. The legal framework of the European Union's counter-terrorist policies: full of good intentions? Christina Eckes
    6. Organised crime: developments and challenges for an enlarged European Union Massimo Fichera
    7. The Europeanization of extradition: how many light years away to mutual confidence? Theodore Konstadinides
    8. The European evidence warrant: mutual recognition and mutual (dis)trust? Cian Murphy
    9. Law and order and internal security provisions in the area of freedom, security and justice: before and after Lisbon Alicia Hinarejos
    10. The external dimension of EU's area of freedom, security and justice Ramses A. Wessel, Luisa Marin and Claudio Matera.

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    Christina Eckes, Universiteit van Amsterdam
    Christina Eckes is an Assistant Professor in European law at the Amsterdam Centre for European Law and Governance (ACELG), University of Amsterdam. She joined ACELG as a postdoctoral researcher in September 2008. Prior to this, she wrote her PhD at King's College London and worked as a lecturer at the University of Surrey, Guildford. Her research interests are the external relations of the European Union, the relationship between international and EU law, and EU constitutional law. She has widely published on EU external relations and EU counter-terrorist sanctions, including a monograph entitled EU Counter-Terrorist Policies and Fundamental Rights: The Case of Individual Sanctions (Oxford University Press, 2009).

    Theodore Konstadinides, University of Surrey
    Theodore Konstadinides is a lecturer in European law at the School of Law, University of Surrey. His main area of interest is European constitutional law, in particular the delineation of competence between the EU and the Member States and the impact of European integration on national constitutional systems.

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    Christina Eckes, Theodore Konstadinides, Maria Fletcher, Patrycja Szarek Mason, Ester Herlin-Karnell, Maria Bergström, Massimo Fichera, Cian Murphy, Alicia Hinarejos, Ramses A. Wessel, Luisa Marin, Claudio Matera

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