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  1. Although rooted in a similar ideal, human rights (IHRL), international criminal law (ICL) and international humanitarian law (IHL) are separate fields of law, best represented as circles, each of which overlaps with the other two. However human rights often seems to absorb the other two, while in other situations, the lines between human rights law and its next door neighbours are blurred or contested.
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  2. Legality in Europe

    Verschijnt 23 juni 2018

    Through the establishment of EU criminal law, EU actors have come to influence the definition and interpretation of domestic crimes and penalties. Both the EU legislature and the CJEU define and interpret provisions of EU law with relevance for the determination of criminal liability and the prescription of applicable penalties in the law of the Member States. This influence on substantive criminal law raises questions about the limits to thes...
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  3. Written in honour of the internationally renowned Professor Nigel Lowe, this book explores current issues in international family and child law and considers how the field might develop in the future.
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  4. Legal scholarship is one of the oldest academic disciplines, and the study of law has been passed on from generation to generation as an implicit “savoir faire”. It was presumed that all legal scholars understood the methodology of legal research, making its explicit clarification and justification unnecessary. Over the last decade, the lack of an explicit methodological tradition has become problematic due to the growing interdisciplinary col...
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  5. This book focuses on the legal aspects of virtual currencies from the perspective of financial and economic law. It establishes a typology of virtual currencies and assesses whether they can be considered as money. The author analyzes whether the EU legal frameworks on electronic money, payment services, anti-money laundering, and markets in financial instruments can be applied to virtual currencies.
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  6. “Immigration has emerged as the defining issue of our times. […] The challenge that the immigration issue poses to the future of European democracy is real. Immigration itself is a genuine challenge, but the fundamental challenge that immigration brings to the fore is a domestic one, it is about fundamentally different political visions that cut through the citizenry of Europe’s nation states. With that, it becomes critically important how the...
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  7. This book addresses the often neglected question of whether African regional human rights instruments impose extraterritorial obligations on State parties, and if so, the extent and scope of these obligations.
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  8. In times of the proclaimed “refugee crisis” this book aims to shed light on human rights and refugee law responsibilities of EU member states and other relevant actors when engaging in border control measures beyond the territory of the EU.
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  9. This book studies the doctrine of conventionality control in the Inter-American Human Rights System. It appeals to the principle of subsidiarity as a theoretical key to solve some of the inherent tensions of a doctrine that aims to increase the effectiveness of the American Convention on Human Rights and the decisions of the Inter-American Court of Human Rights in a plurality of constitutional systems and traditions in the region.
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  10. In dit boek worden voor het eerst in Vlaanderen alle aspecten van de verkavelingsoperatie bij elkaar gebracht door een multidisciplinair team van gedegen experten. Het boek is tot stand gekomen op een scharniermoment in de wetgeving, namelijk het invoeren van de omgevingsvergunning. De auteurs hebben daar rekening mee gehouden, zodat het voorliggende boek een werkinstrument is in de meest recente stand van de wetgeving.
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