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The National Identity, in the Service of National Identities
From the outset, Community law had an absolute authority on national law. The primacy of the EU law has always been one of its fundamental characteristics which ensures its uniform application on the territory of the ...
In the Court(s) We Trust - A Procedural Solution to the Mutual Trust Dilemma
This paper scrutinizes the multi-faceted implementation of mutual trust and recognition in the EU’s Area of Freedom, Security and Justice and suggests subjecting the operation of these principles to a stricter procedural ...
The balance between the protection of fundamental rights and the EU principle of mutual trust
In 2013, the European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR) was called to decide the Povse case, where the Bosphorus presumption was confronted with the principle of mutual trust and automatic recognition of judgments. These ...
Fundamental Rights and Disruptive Technologies: a Right to Personal Identity under the European Multi-level System of Protection?
This paper explores the protection offered by the EU and the ECHR to the right to personal identity. The need to protect personal identity arises from the use of disruptive technologies (as blockchain) that allow the ...