International and European Law

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International and European Law by Mind Map: International and European Law

1. European Law

1.1. Development

1.1.1. European Coal and Steel Community European Economic Community Common Internal market

1.2. Sources

1.2.1. TEU and TFEU ->primary sources

1.2.2. Regulations, Directives and Decisions -> art. 228 TFEU secondary legislation Regulations binding in its entirety general application directly applicable individuals can rely on them in nat. court Directives MS can decide how to implement binding in result to be achieved not directly applicable individuals can rely on them in nat. courts, only if not implemented in time decisions binding in their entirity only to whom adressed Recommendations and opinions not binding

1.2.3. General Principles of European Law case law basics Van Gend en Loos Costa v ENEL principles from art. 4(4) TEU and 5 TEU principle of sincere cooperation principle of conferral principle of subsidiarity

1.2.4. Decisions by ECJ

1.3. institutions

1.3.1. European Council art. 15 TEU

1.3.2. Council of Ministers art. 16 TEU

1.3.3. European Commission art. 17 TEU

1.3.4. European Parliament art. 14 TEU

1.3.5. European Court of Justice art. 19 TEU and 258-268 TFEU

1.4. content/ substantive

1.4.1. citizenship art. 20 TFEU

1.4.2. internal market art. 26 (2) TFEU free movement of goods art. 28 TFEU free movement of workers art. 45 TFEU free movement of services art. 56 TFEU free movement of capital art. 63 TFEU rules on competition art. 101 TFEU

2. International Law

2.1. Subjects

2.1.1. States What is a state 1. defined territory 2. permanent population 3. effective control by government (4. regonition by other states) State sovereignty states can regulate everything as they want to without interference from other sovereign states

2.1.2. Others International Organizations Individuals Liberation movements Transnational companies

2.2. What

2.2.1. art. 38 ICJ Statute treaties "contract" between states when ratified, states can´t act contrary customary law opiono iuris usus general principles of law judicial decisions teaching

2.3. implementation

2.3.1. incoporation individuals can directly rely on international law, because international law has direct force  in nat. law NL

2.3.2. transformation int. law needs to be made into nat. law GER

2.4. United Nations

2.4.1. aims and principles art. 1 and 2 UN Charter

2.4.2. General assembly art. 9 f UN Charter

2.4.3. Security Council art. 23 f. UN Charter 5 permanent Members can make binding decisions art. 25 jo. 39 UN Charter

2.4.4. ICJ art. 92 f. UN Charter art. 36 ICJ Statute ICJ has jurisdiction over interpretation and validity if parties refer case to ICJ if matter should be decided by ICJ acc. to UN Charter declaration of states to accept jurisdiction art. 65 ICJ Statute advisory opinions art. 94 UN Charter decisions binding