Ukrainians Arguing Before the European Court of Justice: Options, Difficulties & Potential Outcomes
The European Union (EU), often defined as a supranational organization, has an increasingly complex and influential legal order. Its rules mostly deal with the European Single Market, but also spam to other areas such as justice and security, foreign policy and social welfare. Importantly, EU law also has increasing importance for EU neighbors, which often commit to follow the EU law under international agreements (e.g. association agreements) in exchange for increased access to the EU Single Market.
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