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Responsibility in the EC for Mixed Agreements –Should Non-Member Parties Care?

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The author discusses and questions the settled approach relating to responsibility under international law for mixed agreements, i.e. agreements to which both the EC and all or some of its member states are parties. He concludes that the rosy picture prevailing in much of the literature may not be justified, and stresses the difficulties involved for third parties.

Affiliations: 1: Research Fellow, The Erik Castréen Institute, Helsinki


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