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Community Terrorism Listings Fundamental rights, and UN Security Council Resolutions

In Search of the right fit

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  14 August 2007

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No competence to review EC regulations implementing Security Council resolutions, according to the Court of First Instance – Worst of both worlds: critique from the perspectives of international law and Community law – Alternative approach on the basis of the firmly established European solange tradition.

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