The European Union, the Treaty of Lisbon and 'Justice and Home Affairs'

Engage, The Federalist Society Journal, Forthcoming

7 Pages Posted: 25 Jan 2010

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Paul Rosenzweig

George Washington University School of Law; The Heritage Foundation

Date Written: January 25, 2010

Abstract

The Treaty of Lisbon will work a sea-change in the operations of the European Union. Most notably, it will have the tendency to centralize European responses to homeland security and counter-terrorism matters. This change in European practice will require a concomitant change in America's approach to cooperation with the European Union.

Keywords: European Union, Treaty of Lisbon, Homland Security, Justice and Home Affairs

Suggested Citation

Rosenzweig, Paul, The European Union, the Treaty of Lisbon and 'Justice and Home Affairs' (January 25, 2010). Engage, The Federalist Society Journal, Forthcoming. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=1542107

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