Ilina Cenevska's new book, The European Atomic Energy Community in the European Union Context: The 'Outsider' Within explores the unique nature of the Euratom Community as an entity that establishes a supranational regulation in the civil nuclear industry, which, while formally belonging to the European Union construct, is coincidentally somewhat kept 'outside' the mainstream developments in the Union. The book surveys Euratom's status as an 'outsider within' the European Union through the correlation between the principles and mechanisms particular to the functioning of the Euratom legal framework and those devised under the Union framework stricto sensu, focusing on two specific areas - nuclear safeguards and health and safety in the nuclear domain.
Ilina Cenevska is Assistant Professor of European Union Law at the Faculty of Law at Ss. Cyril and Methodius University (Skopje, Republic of Macedonia). She holds a LL.M. from the College of Europe in Bruges and a Ph.D. from the Faculty of Law at Ghent University.