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David Brown

through the tortuous ratification processes of the Treaty of Nice, the ill-fated European Constitution and its successor the Treaty of Lisbon (the future of which was still unknown at the time chap2.indd 38 26/05/2010 09:25:54 A question of JHA objectives 39 of writing). This second relationship – which focuses not on the preparations of the then applicants as much as the preparations of the existing EU in terms of JHA matters – has been given substantively less academic consideration overall. However, the impact that internal security concerns have had on the

in The European Union, counter terrorism and police co-operation, 1992–2007
Mark Webber

judge. When accession negotiations commenced in 2005, these rules were based on the 2001 Treaty of Nice. On this basis, Turkey’s large population (bigger than all EU member states with the exception of Germany) means that it would have a sizeable impact as a member in view of provisions for QMV in the EU Council of Ministers. A particular concern, however, has been in respect of those areas – such as

in Inclusion, exclusion and the governance of European Security
Meeting the challenge of internal security
Emil Kirchner
James Sperling

addition to the mutual recognition of judicial decisions, the member states also agreed on the need for enhanced judicial cooperation, an objective facilitated with the creation of a European Judicial Cooperation Unit (Eurojust) in 2002. The 2001 Treaty of Nice provided the constitutional basis for enhancing judicial cooperation; in the framework decision creating Eurojust, the Council of Ministers

in EU security governance
Raj Chari
John Hogan
Gary Murphy
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Michele Crepaz

/ . 75 . 76 The PM's Open and Accountable Government , 27 November 2015, Annex B on Fundraising and Dealing with government, can be found on: . 77 See: . 78 Nineteen of the EU 28 countries use the euro. The Treaties of Nice and Lisbon

in Regulating lobbying (second edition)