A legal and political interpretation of articles 224 and 225 of the Treaty of Rome: the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia cases

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Dartmouth Publishing Company, 1997 - Political Science - 146 pages
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Article 224 is one of the most powerful Articles of the Treaty of Rome, allowing a member state to take unilateral measures and to suspend some or all its Treaty-based obligations in times of what can loosely be described as serious internal turmoil or external threat. It is for this reason that the very next Article of the Treaty, Article 225, allows the Commission or a member state of challenge the invocation of Art.224, before the European Court of Justice (ECJ), on grounds of improper use. In practice, the use of Art.224 by a member state presents multiple problems.

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Article 224 of the Treaty of Rome and the Court
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Commission v Hellenic Republic cases
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The Legal Interpretation of Articles 224 and 225
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Copyright

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