Episode 5: Dörte Fouquet on Euratom

Have you ever heard of a treaty with no expiration date? One that hasn’t been amended in half a century either? Dörte Fouquet, partner at law firm Becker, Büttner and Held, knows one: Euratom. Today, she explains why it needs changing – and how likely amendments are.

References:
Becker, Büttner, and Held: https://www.beckerbuettnerheld.de/en/
World Nuclear Waste Report 2019: https://www.boell.de/sites/default/files/2019-11/World_Nuclear_Waste_Report_2019_summary.pdf
Article on nuclear in green finance: https://www.marketwatch.com/story/eu-lawmakers-member-states-compromise-on-green-finance-pact-by-including-nuclear-2019-12-17
Quote about lack of consensus in EU from a decade ago (see page 18 ff.): https://www.stralsakerhetsmyndigheten.se/contentassets/91ccc3b8adc841f7b4ab01346d1adeec/201132-the-euratom-treaty-v.-treaties-of-the-european-union-limits-of-competence-and-interaction
The Euratom Treaty: https://europa.eu/european-union/sites/europaeu/files/docs/body/consolidated_version_of_the_treaty_establishing_the_european_atomic_energy_community_en.pdf
ELSMOR: https://cordis.europa.eu/project/id/847553

 

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