Fundamental Rights Concerning Biomedicine in the Constitutional Treaty and Their Effect on the Diverse Legal Systems of Member States View Full Text


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DATE

2006

AUTHORS

Atina Krajewska

ABSTRACT

The Constitutional Treaty1 was thought to address the new challenges occurring in front of the enlarged Europe in relation to the rapidly changing international political, economic, social and cultural circumstances. In this respect, the problem of the new quality of the European Union is being repeatedly disputed. If the EU is to be something more than an arrangement for inter-state cooperation, the Union has to be able to act rationally on a collective basis, in a way that different interests or preferences will give priority to seeking agreement over self-interest maximization. The question of whether the EU envisaged in the Constitutional Treaty represents a deeper form of integration can be answered by examining its ability to achieve consensus on conflicting issues and to form a common will about how to solve common problems.2 The field in which the most controversies arise nowadays is that of biotechnology and biomedicine. More... »

PAGES

313-331

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  • 2001. European Convention for the Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms in DISPUTE SETTLEMENT IN PUBLIC INTERNATIONAL LAW
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    The Unity of the European Constitution

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    978-3-540-35450-5
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