This publication contains articles on a specific topic, Interaction European Law and International Law, Development of International Law with regard to Minority Rights, Hungarian State Practice, Treaties and other international instruments to which Hungary is a Party, Hungarian Legislation and Hungarian Case Law involving questions of international public law.
Part I (Thematic Part): New Values after Lisbon; 1 Social Europe after Lisbon: Putting the 'Social' into the 'Market Economy'; 2 The Implementation of Security Council Resolutions in the European Union Revisited; 3 On Myths and Miracles: The EU and Its Possible Accession to the ECHR; 4 Towards an Enhanced International Legal Responsibility of the European Union; 5 Does the Emperor Really Have New Clothes? A Critical Assessment of the Post-Lisbon Regime of Division of Competences; 6 From the Principle of Linguistic Diversity to Enforceable Language Rights in the European Union; 7 Hungary versus Slovakia - EU Membership versus Sovereign Statehood; 8 Is Laszlo Solyom a European Citizen? Hungary versus Slovak Republic; Part III Developments in International Law; 9 International Law at the European Court of Justice: A Self-Contained Regime or an Escher Triangle; 10 Treaty Interpretation by Relying upon Other International Legal Norms; 11 International Discussions on the Progressive Realizationof the Human Rights to Safe Drinking Water and Sanitation; 12 Old-Age Discrimination: The Age-Blindness of International Human Rights Law; 13 Questions of Environmental Protection in the Practice of the European Court of Human Rights; 14 The Case of Franz Joseph and Lajos Kossuth before the English Court of Chancery; Part IV Developments in European Law; 15 The European Union as a Source of Public International Law; 16 Gunpowder for Court Battles: Access to Institution Documents in the Administrative Procedure, under Regulation 1049/2001, before the EU Courts and National Courts; 17 Union Citizenship: Fundamental Status and Fundamental Rights Analysis of the Recent Jurisprudence of the Court Related to Union Citizenship; 18 The Personal Law of Companies and the Freedom of Establishment under EU Law; 19 Protection of European Citizens in Third States under Article 23 TFEU; Part V Hungarian State Practice; 20 La loi sur le Traite de Lisbonne; 21 Multilevel Protection of Fundamental Rights in the European Union and in Hungary; 22 Enforceability of the European Convention on Human Rights by Ordinary Courts in Hungary; 23 Regulating Local Border Traffic in the European Union; 24 State Acts and Responsibility in the Safarov Case; 25 Facilitating War Crimes Procedures in Hungary:The New Criminal Code and Lex Biszku; Part VI Review of Hungarian Scholarly Literature; 26 A Whole Image or a Few Pieces of Mosaic?; 27 The Latest Hungarian Textbook: A Successful Introduction to EU Law; 28 Nagy Boldizsar, A Magyar Menekultjog es Menekultugy a Rendszervaltozastol az Europai Unioba Lepesig - Erkolcsi, Politikai-filozofiai es Jogi Vizsgalodasok
Marcel Szabo is Deputy Ombudsman responsible for the protection of the interests of future generations, and Head of the EU Department of the Pazmany Catholic University in Budapest.