Surrogacy has appeared in the European Union (EU)’s agenda since the early 2010s following the rulings of the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU), the advisory opinions of the European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR), and the rejection of this practice by the European Parliament (EP). This is part of a broader evolution imposing surrogacy as a transnational issue setting major ethical challenges.
In the book "Value Politics in the European Union. From Market to Culture and Back", edited by François Foret & Jana Vargovčíková, at Routledge.
In the book, edited by Nathalie Brack, Ramona Coman & Amandine Crespy : "Understanding Conflicts of Sovereignty in the EU".
In the book, edited by Nathalie Brack, Ramona Coman & Amandine Crespy, Understanding Conflicts of Sovereignty in the EU.
This book explores what drives value politics and the way in which it redraws political conflict at EU level.
Why do international institutions promote emotional norms? In order to answer this question, the article, first, maps the legitimizing arguments put forward by the Members of the European Parliament (MEPs) in promoting an emotionally loaded norm vis-à-vis Turkey, i.e., the recognition of the Armenian genocide. Second, the paper explores the reasons behind the promotion of this emotional norm by the European Parliament (EP) as justified by the MEPs.
This book investigates the multifaceted conflicts of sovereignty in the recent crises in the European Union.