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    Genocide in Ukraine - Present Justiciability

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    In our latest Saar Blueprint, Edward Love analyzes the question of whether the alleged forcible transfer of children from Ukraine constitutes genocide through the lens of international law. The thesis examines various legal frameworks and case law, including the Genocide Convention, and scrutinizes the actions and policies implemented in the region. The study analyzes the evidence available in relation to the legal definitions and criteria of genocide, providing a critical and thorough assessment of the situation's compliance with international legal standards. The author submitted this as his master's thesis for the LL.M. program at the Europa-Institut of Saarland University. It provides an insightful perspective on the complex legal nuances surrounding the events in Ukraine

    Kommentierung zu Art. 38 BPR

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    Totalverweigerung des Existenzminimums?

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    Telling Stories at the International Court of Justice

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    Managed Violence

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    The Missing Party

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    Mobilizing International Networks for Domestic Accountability

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    Die Diskriminierung der Anderen begreifen

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