Item description for Legal Aspects of the Cyprus Problem: Annan Plan and EU Accession (Nijhoff Law Specials) by Frank Hoffmeister...
The five versions of the comprehensive settlement plan for Cyprus, which UN Secretary-General Annan tabled between 2002 and 2004, raised a variety of international law and European law questions. This book contains the first systematic analysis of the Annan plan, thereby providing an overview of the legal aspects of the Cyprus problem. It also discusses how the plan was intended to be accommodated in the European legal order. Did it comply with the fundamental principle of democracy, rule of law and human rights? Would a united Cyprus have been able to speak with one voice and to implement EU law properly?
The Author, who has worked both for the European Commission and for the UN Special Advisor on Cyprus, presents a precise account of facts and thorough legal assessments. He also tackles current legal problems arising out of Cyprus membership in the EU and the suspension of the acquis communautaire in the northern part of Cyprus. He finally analyses how the question of recognition affects the relations between Cyprus and Turkey.
The book is an ideal choice for practitioners and researchers because it combines first hand information on the most recent developments on Cyprus with legal evaluations from an international official trained in international and European law.
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Studio: Martinus Nijhoff Publishers / Brill Academic
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.29" Width: 6.38" Height: 0.79" Weight: 1.19 lbs.
Release Date Jul 30, 2006
Publisher Martinus Nijhoff Publishers / Brill Academic
ISBN 9004152237 ISBN13 9789004152236
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More About Frank Hoffmeister
Member of the European Commission's Legal Service in Brussels.
Frank Hoffmeister has an academic affiliation as follows - European Commission.