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Human Rights and Fishing: A Multidimensional Challenge

, Euan, and Nanlin Fang. “Oil spill off China coast now the size of Paris.” CNN (January 18, 2018) // . 15. Meyer-Ladewig, Jens, and Bertold Huber. “Artikel 2 Recht auf Leben”: 63–91. In: Jens Meyer-Ladewig, Martin Nettesheim, and Stefan von Raumer, eds. EMRK – Europäische Menschenrechtskonvention – Handkommentar . 4 th ed. 2017. 16. Org. for Econ. Coop’n. & Dev. (OECD). “What would make Global Skills Partnerships work in practice?” OECD Migration Policy Debates No

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Baltic Journal of Law & Politics
A Journal of Vytautas Magnus University
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One Belt, One Road Initiative and Its Geostrategic Significance for Eastern Europe

References [1] In mid-2016, a communiqué was released by the Central Compilation and Translation Bureau of the People's Republic of China and the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences indicating that the English official name of the 一带一路 [yi dai yi lu] had been revised. Known until then as the One Belt One Road Initiative, it is now referred to as the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI). For further reference, please see Una Aleksandra BērziņaČerenkova, "BRI Instead of OBOR - China Edits the English Name of its Most Ambitious International Project

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Central Asian Space Analyzed Through The Moscow – Beijing Axis


Russia and China are the biggest national actors of the world from a territorial and demographical point of view. Together, these two actors control The Eurasian space - China being the most populated country and Russia having the greatest geographical surface. The strategic partnership between these countries pursues objectives in various fields, such as: economy, security, industry, resources and military.

Due to the dynamics of world politics Russia and China were often put in the position to support each other; therefore an official relationship between China and Russia began as early as the 17th century. This relationship affects mostly the Central Asian space, but also powerful global and Asian regional actors.

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The Role of Human Rights NGO's: Human Rights Defenders or State Sovereignty Destroyers?

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The Globalization of Disability Rights Law - From The Americans with Disabilities Act to the UN Convention on The Rights of Persons with Disabilities

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Interrelations between Energy Security Economics and Social Cohesion: Analysis of a Lithuanian Case

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Containment and Engagement as Middle-Range Theories

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The supreme court of Canada and the offender’s right to be transferred to serve his sentence in Canada: interpreting the international transfer of offenders act in light of Canada’s national and international human rights obligations

, Criminal Law and Criminal Justice 20 (2012): 377 - 414. 7. Mujuzi, Jamil D. “The Transfer of Offenders from Other Countries to Canada: Analysing the Theory and Practice.” The Chinese Journal of Comparative Law (2013): 1-35 // doi:10.1093/cjcl/cxt019. 8. Nowak, Manfred. U.N. Covenant on Civil and Political Rights: CCPR Commentary. Kehl: N.P. Engel, 1993. 9. Plachta, Michael. “Human Rights Aspects of the Prisoner Transfer in a Comparative Perspective.” Louisiana Law Review 53 (1993): 1043-1089. 10. Plachta

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Hostes Humani Generis: Cyberspace, the Sea, and Sovereign Control

Christian Political Thought, 100-1625 . Grand Rapids and Michigan: William B. Eerdmans Publishing, 1999. 48. Odysseos, Louiza, and Fabio Petito. “The International Political Thought of Carl Schmitt”: 1-18. In: Louiza Odysseos and Fabio Petito, eds. The International Political Thought of Carl Schmitt: Terror, Liberal War, and theCrisis of Global Order. Abingdon and New York: Routledge, 2007. 49. Orji, Uchenna Jerome. “An Analysis of China’s Regulatory Response to Cybersecurity.” Computer and Telecommunications Law Review 18 (7) (2012

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