TREATITrans-Regional EU-ASEAN Trade Initiative
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TREATI will attach importance to ''closer cooperation in trade, investment, and regulatory issues and greater understanding of issues of mutual interest,'' the statement said.
EU trade chief Pascal Lamy said TREATI could ''pave the way for a future free trade agreement'' between the regions.
A joint statement after the meeting said they noted the roadmap for implementing the TREATI and an EU-ASEAN work plan for 2004, which includes areas such as trade facilitation and promotion, investment, technical barriers to trade and sanitary and phytosanitary (SPS) measures, customs and tourism.
Both statutes and treaties are the "supreme law of the land," and yet quite different practices have developed with respect to their implementation.
There is a curious contrast between how statutes and treaties function within our constitutional system.
For treaties, the process of translating generalized directives into enforceable obligations is far more cumbersome.
This added hurdle poses particular challenges for treaties, especially multilateral ones, that seek to regulate the conduct of private individuals.
Sometimes they respond by seeking to make treaty commitments that are explicitly "self-executing," (7) but this is often not feasible, particularly for multilateral treaties. (8) A further strategy is to seek to limit the international commitments undertaken by the United States that will require domestic legal enforcement to actions that are already authorized by existing U.S.
(11) Those scholars who have considered executive branch implementation have done so largely by relying on the Take Care Clause or by emphasizing that the president's foreign-affairs powers give the president authority to execute treaties. (12) A foreign-affairs perspective also pervaded both the briefing and the Supreme Court's opinion in Medellin v.
The broad lens used in this Article reveals that the implementation of treaties and statutes diverged over time less because of preordained constitutional differences than because of different developmental paths.
treaties and, very likely, could not move it any lower than Schedule II.
purposes of the CSA and the international treaties, to the outright